Get to the Point: Painless advice for writing memos, letters, and e-mails your colleagues and clients will understand
by Elizabeth Danziger
Elizabeth Danziger’s advice on using clear, clutter-free language is consistent with the classic On Writing Well by William Zinsser, but this book is more useful as manual, whereas Zinsser’s book is more conceptual.
When is it appropriate to use which or that? The author provides an informal “just do it” rule and a formal “grammar police” rule. Continue reading “Get to the Point”