English can be a minefield of embarrassment even for professional writers when the wrong word is used.
In this wonderfully simple book, veteran journalist David Coe helps wordsmiths untangle many confusing and misused words.
It is a must-have book for executives, business writers, journalists, and academics – anyone who writes as part of their job.
Flick through it and see how easy it is to use the right word every time. It will never leave your desk.
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"Every writer/communicator should have a copy of David's bible. Keep this next to the laptop and you're on the way to producing clean and clear copy."
"What an excellent guide! Well done David. I'll definitely give it to all of our journalists."
David Coe's guide to confusing and misused words is a practical, easy-to-use resource that will be valued by anyone wanting their writing to stand the test of time. In eschewing turgid definitions and instead providing brief, everyday meanings in an intuitive format, Coe' s guide is an invaluable partner for the time-challenged modern business writer.
- Alan Kohler
Editor in chief, Business Spectator
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- Chris Pash
Journalist, writer and cliche hunter
- Justin Di Lollo
Director, WPP AUNZ Government Relations
"Every writer, no matter how experienced, gets confused by words from time to time. For that reason, David Coe's Words2Watch sits on my desk right next to my computer. That's where it should sit on every writer's desk"
- Wayne Aspland
Mobile advertising & marketing judge,
2012 Australian Interactive Media Industry Association Awards
David Coe is a best selling author, speaker and communications strategist. David rose from a classically trained cadet journalist to becoming the editor responsible for the Financial Review’s information graphics before establishing himself as Australia’s authority on investor social media.
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