Making Money in Technical Writing

Subject: Making Money in Technical Writing
From: Peter Kent <techwr -at- ARUNDEL -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 14 Oct 1997 20:48:09 -0600

I held the drawing for 15 free copies of "Making Money in Technical Writing"
on the 6th; there's a list of winners at
http://www.topfloor.com/techwr/contest/win.htm .

However, three people have not yet responded. Does anyone know any of these
people? If so, can you tell them to check their e-mail, or contact me:

Liz Schulz
Pam S.
chrisj

Yes, I know that the last two names are not very helpful, but that's all
they left when they submitted for the contest--along with their e-mail
addresses, of course, but I thought I'd better not put the addresses here.

BTW, Making Money in Technical Writing is back from the printer, and should
be in the bookstores by the end of the month. Anyone interested can order it
from their local bookstore (ISBN 0-02-861883-1, published by ARCO, written
by Peter Kent), or can order from a form at Computer Literacy linked
directly from my Web site (see http://www.topfloor.com/techwr/ ). That Web
site has lots more info if anyone wants to see what's in the book first;
several sample chapters and a TOC, hundreds of links from the book, and so
on.

Peter Kent+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Coming in Oct., "Making Money in Technical Writing," a complete
revision of the original "Technical Writer's Freelancing Guide."
Win a free copy, find more info, at http://www.topfloor.com/techwr/
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

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