Tag Archives: L.Sue Baugh

Letter (or email) of Apology

What You Say If You Forget A Birthday Or Other¬†Important Occasion I found an excellent sample letter in L.Sue Baugh’s Handbook for Practical Letter Writing. We have included it here, with a few modifications, so that you can use it … Continue reading

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How To Write: Don’t Be Wordy

Too Many Words Can Spoil The Effect by Gene Griessman, Ph.D. Avoid unnecessary words and phrases. To give you a sense of the basic idea, here’s a short list of wordy phrases that are often used in letters and email–first … Continue reading

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Writing Advice: Watch Your Tone

Good Writing Advice Whatyousay.com thinks the following advice should always be followed, whether you’re writing a letter or an e mail,¬† giving a speech or talking one-to-one: “Avoid being too brusque or too gushy. Sincerity involves not only the honest … Continue reading

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How To Write To Politicians

  We are always looking for great letters and emails. So when we discovered L.Sue Baugh’s “Handbook for Practical Letter Writing,” we were delighted. It’s a great resource. Baugh includes a letter to a Senator to illustrate the kind of … Continue reading

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