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Subject:Re: "BUGS in Writing" From:Jacque Baclace <jacque -at- BACLACE -dot- XO -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 14 Apr 1997 09:37:12 -0700
Ajig Alcalde asked about Lyn Dupre's book, "Bugs in Writing". I have the
book and I've enjoyed reading through it for good, bad, and ugly
examples of points of grammar, usage, and punctuation. I find the
examples to be clear, charming, and engaging. I like the Book's format.
She covers matters of presentation as well, tables, figures, and slides,
jacque -at- baclace -dot- xo -dot- com