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As always I laughed until I couldn't stand it any more - you have a sense of humor like no other!  I so enjoyed your latest skills and the good information you always manage to impart in the least painful way imaginable.  Thanks for writing for me. (I should say us - but I don't wanna share = ) ) I always do though especially with my daughters and niece - they love you too.  Billie

Your remarks regarding the alien contact had me in stitches, figuratively speaking, of course. Dave (USA)

I like your style of weaving a story around the week's lesson.  I follow most of the links that you include, especially when it involves information about Australia.  It's a bit of travel without leaving home.  Some day I may visit your country, and through your eyes the trip may feel as if I had been there already. And because of the apostrophe discussions, on the Writing 101, page I've become more conscious of my frequent use. Learning the fun way, Sandi

I didn't receive my weekly Writing Tips "fix" today and hope that it is merely a computer glitch and nothing has gone awry.  I enjoy your newsletters and look forward to Friday more than ever.  Everyone in my office loves the word of the week and Latin phrases.  Please keep up the good work! (Diane S. Smith)

Thanks very much for the free guides, "How to write.." They're invaluable. I
can't believe I have waited all these years to finally understand how to
write an essay! Your notes are very clear and the examples are simple to
understand. (Pearl)

I have to tell you how much I love your newsletter. I wrote to you before to thank you for the jokes, but this newsletter was exceptional. The story about the hanging peaked my interest to get back to writing and then you gave a few words of encouragement to 'get to it'.  Thank you. Carolyn Pratt-Elliott (Vancouver, BC, CANADA)

I have said it before but I want to  say it again:  Thanks, Jennifer,
for e-mailing your Writing Tips.  They are invaluable.  I especially
enjoy the humorous way you deal with pronouns such as "who, whom" etc.,
and your word quizzes, along with other tips and quips.  I have learned
a lot from your letters. Keep writing and informing. (Yvonne K)

Thank you for this week's issue.
I really enjoy your newsletter.  My favorite feature is the vocabulary.
I have come across most of these words in spelling bees during my youth.
The "match the word with the definition" format is much more enjoyable
(and doable!) than just "define this word".
Thanks for providing a little fun each week. (Todd Matzen)

How do I enjoy thee? I can't count the ways.

Your newsletter is a joy, a laugh a minute. My wife and I are just
starting a new site that requires that we learn that which we think
we knew: language. You are helping.

Keep living. Keep enjoying it. Keep on keeping on. (See I read it.)


Chuck Jennings
From sunny Costa Rica, where the sun shines through the pouring
rain, the weather always suits your clothes and there is a little bit
of beach in every little town.

Jennifer, Just a quick note to say Thank You for your efforts each week to help us improve our understanding and use of the English language.   I'm remembering--or learning something new--each week.    

Best regards,   Mike Hope   (Valparaiso, IN)

wow Jennifer
I must admit subscribing  your newsletter was one of the most rewarding
decisions of my life. I just got hold of my first issue and I though it was incredible.
I loved every bit of it. This mail is to let you know you make a difference in people's lives and I am most certainly one of them. Keep up the good work! (Tracy)

Thank you for forwarding the November 24th issue of Writing Tips. I appreciate your taking the time to send it to me. Loved the 12/08/00 issue! (Bonnie)

I want to take this opportunity to let you know that I have thoroughly enjoyed Write Way throughout 2000, and look forward to more witty and informative newsletters next year. You do a remarkable job, and your newsletter remains the single literary newsletter I faithfully read week in and week out. Kudos on a job very well done! (Lynda Markwell)

Dear Jennifer:
I want to thank for your wonderful newsletter
that I have been receiving over the past year.
Your joy for living is your real gift to the world, and your words, its messengers.

Dr. Robert Dato,  Founder & President

I know it's probably not much and you hear it, well, read it, every day, but you have the most fun newsletter I've read so far. And the amazing thing is that it does not take your mind off the "bloody" grammar.
I'm just a journalism student from Romania trying to break into the business. 
But at least I have an excuse for browsing the Internet, trying to read as much as possible: sometimes I get lucky enough to read works as yours that are funny, boost my confidence and keeps my grammar fit. 

Sebastian Petre

Dear Jennifer,
    I am afraid that I did not receive the November 24, 2000 issue of Writing Tips. Is there any way I can access this past issue? I really enjoy your newsletter-not only the valuable information, but the quizzes as well! Thank you for your help.

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 I have reviewed your website, and I wanted to include you in a RFP we are sending out. It seems a little strange working with someone so far away (we are in Chicago), but I was impressed with your site and it seems like it should be possible.
-Walter Szulczewski
-Chicago Software Ventures

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Dear Jennifer,

I am a subscriber to the w@h email group and have noticed you are a regular contributor. I have been to your site a few times and it is fantastic! I have just subscribed to your newsletter and have already learnt something new. Throughout my career I have found that excellent English language skills are very powerful in the workplace. I undertook a written communication skills course years ago, but sometimes I need reminders on the 'rules' etc. Your 'free writing tips' will act as this and help me continue to improve my writing skills which is crucial when in a marketing role. Thank you and I look forward to future tips/newsletters.
Amanda Hegedus
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Really enjoy your newsletter, Jennifer.
Donna Papacosta, Trafalgar Communications
Newsletters/Feature Articles/Web Sites/Writing Workshops

Hi Jennifer,
Congratulations on your site and your business.  Allow me to  compliment you on having the foresight and the courage to 'go on line', I wish you every success.

It frustrates me to see so much poor form evident in commercial publications, web pages, school newsletters and the like - there should be plenty of work out there for you!
I am always keen to find ways to improve my expression and I think that your tips could be useful to me and especially my children!

Thank you for your site .
Rob Smith, Montrose VIC

Dear Jennifer.

Many thanks for your most kind reply. And, best of luck and wishes for your
continued success. Your work is helping to make the world a better place to live.

Hobert  Robbins

I found the design of your website elegant & readable - lovely logo!  I too have to linger awhile in your archives & tips. Lovely site! Enjoy your writing! Looking forward to receiving your newsletter each week - I invite you to check out our website - - I've already gone back to several pages with your tips & tidied up!
Rebecca Brown

Hi Jennifer,

It has truly been fun writing back and forth with you. Thanks for you great attitude!
I hope to visit your beautiful country some day.
BTW, I'm in Tucson, Arizona USA in case you wonder

Hello Jennifer,

That was one of the best ad letters I have seen in a while.  I love how
you took my wording and placed the proper thinking process of the reader in
sinc ... You are now in my list of talents to help me pursue my dream of conquering the realm of internet marketing.

Take care, and thanks again  :)

Joseph Bledsoe
JDS Enterprises

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Jennifer, I wanted to let you know how much I appreciated your step by step formula  AD =PROBLEM/FEAR + SOLUTION....on ad writing. I have been using it for a couple of days and found it to be VERY handy :)
Now I open my LE ezine and there your work appears again! I haven't read it, but rest assured I will. Thanks so much. 

Karin Henderson

Hi Jennifer!

Fantastic digest you've created.  I've been a list member for a while,
and I've enjoyed and learned so much from your work!

Have a wonderful weekend.  Take care!


Stress Management Page...

Great idea and best of's FREE!!
That seems to be a word that grabs everyone's attention!

Bonnie Desautels

        Dear Jennifer:
I'm Rocio, and living in border Cd. Juarez, Chih. Mexico. It's very
intersting all your comments. I truly enjoy your weekly writing tips. It's
one e-meil favorite for me. Thank you for providing such a delightful
service. Apoligaize for my inglesh.
Thanks again

Your web site is amazing! You seem to find every possible way to market your talents and serve your customers.

I must say, though, my first pass through your site prompted me to start editing many sentences to what I regard as standard usage. Before getting too far, I realized your standard English is Australian while mine is American (this should win a big laugh from any true Englishman).

Your web site gives me a lot of great marketing ideas. Let me know if you ever need assistance editing for American style.

Bill Smith
Nashville, TN, USA

Dear Jennifer:
I've wanted to write to you for a number of weeks now, and finally get that moment. 
I truly enjoy your newsletter.  It's refreshing, professional and ...savvy!
Would it be possible to have a brief conversation with you in real-time...on a real phone?  I notice you're in Australia, and if you'd like to post me a message as to when might be a good time, I'll make it happen. I'm located in Washington State.
I'm looking forward to hearing from you.


Best regards, 
Dar St. Clair:

I have just read your profile on Box Planet and was very impressed.

Tina Blackmur
Words that Sizzle

Your writing tips are fantastic
- I used to receive them when I had another email address.

Despina Yiannoukas
Dreaming of Jeannie Bellydance Academy
Sydney, Australia


I truly enjoy your weekly writing tips. It's one e-mail I look forward to
getting each week. Thank you for providing such a delightful service.


Hi Jennifer,

Your digest is always a pleasure to read.  But I especially enjoyed this
  Very, very timely for me!

Best - Des


How things can be so simple, yet work so well.

Telma Filipe    

Just a quick word of commendation for your article "Processing Information -- Tips" that I've just read in the latest issue of the Weekly MMR Ezine.
It's one of the clearest and most useful outlines I've read in years.
With best wishes for this New Year.

Thanks for taking the time to write me the email.  I have already found the
first lot of 'tips' useful.  I am a mum of 3 kids who has been battling away
at a trilogy of novels between children, (I'm on the second one) and I am
hoping to go through them again with regard to, hopefully, finishing the
second one at least.  I know the tips will come in very useful as I can be
very bad at punctuation etc when writing.  I just wanted to say a big thank
you again for your site.  It can be hard to get to college etc when you have
small children, and the nearest college that does home learning courses
doesn't do creative writing courses of any kind.  It's great to know that
there is a site like yours that even I have access to that can help me.
Keep up the great work.
Take Care

Note: check what's in my Writing Courses and on the NEW Writers' Help pages

Dear Jennifer:  Love your newsletter.  Thank you.  My very best wishes to you
and yours for a happy year 2000.  Margaret.

I wanted to say that I really enjoyed your article, Responding to Complaints.  I plan on using your strategy for my site.

I am wondering if I could have permission to use the article on my site.  I will include the article exactly how it is shown below, including the biography with the appropriate links (Let me know if you want anything changed).

My site isn't complete yet so I can't give you an address for it.  But the article will be placed on my web site called Artsy Web Designs, a web site design business.

Let me know!

Lee Kirschman

Dear Jennifer,
Best wishes for the new millennium.
I'm a teacher of Commercial Correspondence in Belgium, Europe and I find your writing tips quite useful.
Kind regards,

Dear Jennifer;

I think that you will not receive any greetings and congratulation from Iran; So I decided to fill the gap. Thank you so much for your writing tips which are very interesting and useful. I wish you a very happy new year.
Your friend from Iran, Tehran.
Hamzeh Shafiee

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Neat column, Jennifer. Best of luck with the business.

  Robert Ross
  Lexicom Communications
  Writing for all media
  Ottawa, Canada

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I just read your Rule of 3 article and took a look at your Web site. 
I am impressed.

I am the founder of Mothers' Home Business Network and a fellow
writer.  Our Web site is at
We publish an online newsletter called HomeWorkingMom Monthly with
10,000+ subscribers.  I invite you to submit articles that would
be of interest to moms who already have home businesses or would
like to start one. Or, you can grant permission for us to choose an
article each month from your archives.  Of course, you can supply
any contact information you'd like and a link to your Web site.

I think your idea of ghost writing articles for business owners to
get publicity is a good one.  Do you do the submissions too?

I'm looking forward to hearing from you.

Georganne Fiumara
Mothers' Home Business Network

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 I just read your article in the whatUseek Weekly e-zine.  I enjoyed reading about using 3 to our advantage.  Thank you for the great advice.  I am going to implement your suggestions into my marketing efforts.

I look forward to building our business relationship.

Rebecca Bilbrey
Her Yellow Pages
...where smart women advertise

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Love your site, having just found it today for the first time. Well done.
Stewart Shaw

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Just wanted to wish you a special Christmas and a blessed New Year.
I enjoy your Writing Tips immensely and look forward to it every week.
Thanks for taking the trouble to share your knowledge with complete
strangers all around the world. Keep the flag flying, mate!


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Jennifer - I quite enjoy your writing tips newsletter and have found it quite useful.  I work in a law firm in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (USA) in the marketing department and prepare internal newsletters for our attorneys.  I have been, over the past few months, trying to encourage them to write articles for journals.  Some of the lawyers are, shall we say, not too gifted in the non-legal writing arena.  I was wondering if I might pass on some of your tips (with proper acknowledgement of course) to our lawyers via the internal newsletter.  Please let me know.  Thanks, and keep up the great work!  Happy Holidays.

Kate Larkin

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Dear Jennifer,

Would it be possible to include me on your weekly "Advertising Tips" newsletter?

I already receive your "Writing Tips" newsletter which is most informative and
interesting. My complements on an excellent service.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Regards (from a cold and snowy Germany!)

Paul East

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Hi Jennifer,
I liked your article regarding the e-note. I think that some of the staff
here at the hospital would benefit from reading this. May I send the e-note
article to the hospital staff?
Graeme Smith
RGH IS Training Officer, Adelaide Repatriation Hospital

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I liked your concepts. I am in the process of designing my website. Your site is helping me in making it.

Bhagwan Gorti

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Hello Jennifer,

Thank you for providing a great site. I'm telling all my friends. Unfortunately most of them are in the USA but in these telecommuting days that should be no bar to business.


Bates USA

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Bravo, Jennifer!

Your article in the Internet Day newsletter was fabulous!  Not "pretty
fabulous, " but fabulous!  Thank you for your pearls of wisdom.  I
printed your article and gave it to my "old-school boss."  He has a gift
for writing but "word-efficient" e-mails are a must even for him!  I
can't wait for your next lesson!

Happy Holidays,

Michele Urban 

Administrative Assistant
Menno Travel Service

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I am so glad I clicked on your site. I learned something! You are right and I realized that I never have in the past had this (using the apostrophe) right, hopefully I don't have too many instances of it. Now I must scramble to check everything I have published.


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I visited your site and was very impressed. Attractive, easy on the eyes, and 

packed with good information. Great job! When I get the opportunity I'll point 

people your way.

Thanks again,


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Thanks for the great resources you are providing on the Web.
I'll be linking to your resource from the site,
in the next week or two, both in our online searchable database
of Web marketing and e-commerce articles and resources, as
well as the static HTML pages that make up our Web Marketing
Info Center and E-Commerce Research Room.

I'll also be sending out your URL to the subscribers of one
my e-mail links publications:

  Web Marketing Today Links (last week of the month)
  Web Commerce Today Links (last week of the month)

Thanks again for supplying great information on the Web for
all of us to learn from. Keep up the good work. If you have
any more articles or resources, please bring them to my

I wish you every success!

God bless you,

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I absolutely LOVE your new design. I'm getting some help with both my sites soon, and can't wait.

Best wishes from Arizona...

Judy Vorfeld

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Just read your article (Mailers - what's in and what's out) and promptly printed it to refer to when needed.
Great suggestion and ripe timing for writing it.  Good Job!
Shirley Hodges

~ * ~ looks like I'll be teaching a 3 to 4 week computer class with younger people (19 to 25) which will give me the opportunity to include internet stuff.  Usually my computer classes are 1 week long, the basics and with older adults (I have lots of patience with fears).
Regarding the upcoming class, would it be okay with you to involve them in the completion of some of your writing quizes?  They are so good! 
Susan J. Caine

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I enjoy your writing tips and have to confess the Latin phrases are the things I look for first. 
My regards, Terrilynn

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Your tips are always good.  But I just wanted to tell you that I especially
enjoyed this one. And the lawyer joke was great!

Best - Desdaine

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Thank you so much for your tips. This one in particular, was so timely. I went to a book writer's reception last evening, it was great. I'm very interested in writing a book. Thank you again for such helpful tips.

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I really love your newsletter!  The article on the "Two horses' behinds" was

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Thank you so much for your weekly lessons on writing! Each issue is packed
with valuable bits of information in a way that's both interesting and fun.

I really enjoyed this week's issue in particular and felt compelled to let
you know my feelings.

Please keep up the wonderful work!

Robert Boduch

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Just finished your newsletter -- had to write to tell you how enjoyable it is.
Yours is one of my "must reads."  A little strange because I devote most
of my web time to business articles and business ezines.
Lawrence Pilarski

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Comment: I enjoyed your comments about the small differences in our world.

My wife Lydia and I live in Phoenix Arizona. My sister lived in Australia for a few years and said it is very beautiful.

Rick Goltz

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Just read your article in the leading edge ezine. Just wanted to say it was very good.   Out of all of the articles from all of the... self-proclaimed..... expert... copywriters... I've ever read,  no one has ever mentioned or explained ambiguities. (Try our hot Pies. You'll never get better!) I tend to notice them because of my background in Behavioral Sciences. They can kill a deal quickly, especially if they are used multiple times......I am going to take a look at your site.   Best Regards,  

Anthony Giuliani

Wholesale Travel to the Public...

Have a better web page

This course answers all the questions I've always been asking .... The whole package is beautifully presented.

Sylvia Liu

I'm just so excited that I've finally found a way to improve my writing and to catch up on all those things I missed at school!

Lynne Molony

"Nothing will create a bad first impression quicker than careless mistakes with basic language. Why should I trust you with my money, when you don't even care enough to check your spelling?" First Impressions Count article

Yes!  Amen! Preach on, sister!

(I HATE when people do that....)


Improve your image

I enjoyed your "Leading Edge" article on writing.  So I went to your web page and liked its format, clean and concise and uncluttered.  I haven't reviewed the content yet, but the night is young. I believe that these days people don't take the time to compliment someone who has done a good job, or a good deed, or whatever, just like please, thank you and your'e welcome are lost words.  So...glad to see you at Leading Edge and I will be looking foreword to seeing more.


Marcie Ptacek

 Present a professional image

I can speak and read English very well, but my writing used to let me down ...In my business, I often used to feel inferior when I had to write something ...Now I no longer have to worry, I am more confident and, I think, more successful as a result.

Ashok Kumar

Great article but I was shocked to see two errors in spelling.

colouring instead of coloring

judgement instead of judgment


Steve Mills

RSM Marketing

(Editor's note: one of the occupational hazards of living and working in Australia, is that we spell some words differently! Read this article.)

I would like to express my appreciation and comment on your site and the links with EBOZ. The idea of providing free writing help to anyone in need is an EXCELLENT idea. Your willingness to help others build quality into their sites is certainly a step above. Your web site design is attractive and this new idea to help others is great. Our site is still in the formative stages at:

The comments you gave are pertinent, to the point, and the turnaround time was quick. All-in-all an EXCEPTIONAL service.

Thank You,

Tim Hoffman Alida Connection

We offer excellent writing services

I really like your writing style. I will be adding (your article)... to a column in the April edition, as the March edition was already full. The url of the page is: Once again thank you so  much for your submission and I look forward to working with you as the column develops.


Proof reading

i enjoyed your article.  i am a lawyer and am constantly amazed at how poorly my compatriots write, particularly as we make our living by the written word!

Copy writing

My name is Carol Daly, and I own Creative Enterprises, an online and off-line business. ...I read your article in InternetDay with great interest.  I'm quite sure I am guilty of some of the mentioned writing faux pas on my own site.  Not only do I have a tendency to be "wordy," but I'm learning (very slowly) that writing for the web is a little different from print publications. I feel the need to constantly explain everything in minute detail to insure clarity -- a need that tends to make me even "wordier."  So I am going to make every effort to use your advice in the future.   My purpose in writing today is two-fold: One, I wanted you to know that I have linked to your site at National Correspondence Tutorials.  I am gradually developing a Business Education Center directory page on my site, and this will fit nicely.     Additionally, I wondered about the possibility of publishing a brief version of the InternetDay article in our new monthly newsletter for April?  

   Carol Daly Creative Enterprises


If I need help I assure you I will come to you. I took a quick look at your web site. All I can say is Excellent!  My site is just getting started, I will add you to my members site and hopefully you will get some business from it.


Nicholas Ricci

Professional Services Inc.

Improve your image

I had the pleasure of reading the article you submitted to Hypermart.  It is excellent and is an article that I will save.   I am getting a web site online shortly.  I will be offering a few business resources, etc.  I want to offer my readers quality content and also something they don't see all over the web.  I am considering featuring articles by 'guest' writers that will be either business related, offer health tips, or be inspirational in nature.  I will, of course include a link for the author and the article will be featured on it's own page.   Would you be interested in having your article 'featured' on my site?  I felt your article was excellent. ... Please let me know if this would be of interest to you.     Thanks, Myra Totten 

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Writing Tips was perfect.  All justification was good... header centered and the remainder left justified.  Word wrap was just the way it should be, nothing out of place.  Bold and other formatting were fine.  Paragraph spacing was fine.  And the Doberman puppy joke and the (fonetikly) quip got giggles out of me. (Writing Tips 17)

I am working on a self-evaluation quiz to send out to the news media.  When I have it completed I may take you up on the "free proof reading" offer I saw on your web page.

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My name is Tom Sonsuwan, I publish a small ezine dedicated to online/offline marketing.  I like your article I read recently about writing webpages.  I think that my subscribers would appreciate your tips on writing webpages.  I would like your permission to reprint this article in my ezine in the coming week.  Thank you for your time Jennifer. Looking forward to publishing your articles in the future.

Tom Sonsuwan

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I really liked your analogy about the hot pies, it really hit the spot.

Alex Hernandez

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I loved your oxymoron. It really is apropos, isn't it? I am looking out the window this minute and see a beautiful blanket of snow falling on the enormous pine trees. What an awesome sight. I live in Utah, by the Northwest Rockies.

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Your Article was fantastic Pls tell me more about National Correspondence Tutorials. Thank You

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Now you tell me about your service! I have just completed a book on the subject of lyophilization (freeze-drying). It is at the publisher right now and according to the word count contains over 216,000 words. Proof reading the darn thing puts me right sleep. Yet with each reading I still errors. After the book in print, I refuse to look at it for fear that I will immediately see another error. Please do send me your weekly issue of Writing Tips.


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I've just read your article, "Be Clear, Be Concise, Be Courteous!", and found it very interesting. Allow me, if you will, to introduce myself. My name is Jack Bartlett, Publishing Editor of MONDAY MEMO!, a weekly online Internet Marketing Ezine. Each issue contains one or more articles related to Internet Marketing, General Business, and Consumer News. At this time, I'd like to request your permission to reprint this article in one of our Newsletters, and to invite you to submit any other articles you have written, or plan to write covering any of the above mentioned topics. Thanks for your consideration. Looking forward to your reply.

Jack Bartlett Globemark International

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I enjoyed your article on writing well-you are so true if only communication was clearer then wars wouldn't start! Why I was writing for is that I looked up your site and liked it very much especially the part on proofreading.

Paul Easton

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I realised after I had written to you that you were indeed from Australia.  I assumed then that maybe you guys spelled a little different and wished I hadn't sent you the e-mail.  At least you took it in good spirit, as I intended, without getting upset as some would. I will certainly take a look at your writing tips, I'm sure my web site needs help!



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Thank you. I haven't read your proofing yet, but I will. I'm a writer as well and know that anyone who doesn't think their work needs a second opinion is crazy. My site is up and running Take a peek and thanks again! Nancy

I just made the changes to my wordage and it does sound so much better. I have looked at those words a gazillion times and have re-worded them about as much. Thanks for the input. I will direct any one who needs a professional proofreader to your address.

Good luck, Nancy

I saw your article in InternetDay. I liked it and decided to check your site out, I believe it only justifies your write up. It's a very good site, easy to navigate, straight to the point and helpful.



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If people knew how poorly they write, even business sites, you would make a fortune.  I have been amazed at the poor grammar, spelling, and typos I have seen on the Internet. There's plenty of work out there for you.

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I thought that your article was timely and very well done. Sorry that my sons did not have you as their English teacher.


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I liked your article.  It was a good example of what you were trying to tell us.

Thanks, Bruce Lawrence