QG Tools of the Trade: “The Elements of Style”

Happy Monday everyone!

I thought I’d share with you one of my essentials for good writing: The Elements of Style by William Strunk and E.B. White (yes, the same E.B. White who wrote Charlotte’s Web!).  When I was in college studying journalism, The Elements of Style was a book recommended by my professor as an excellent resource for all kinds of writing-related questions one might have.  In fact, I always have my copy of  it handy when I’m editing your articles!  A classic resource for writers, students, or anyone else who needs to know the difference between a comma and a semicolon.

Because it’s such a commonly used book in college, it should be easy to find at any bookstore – you might even find it used!  Highly recommended. 🙂

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2 comments on “QG Tools of the Trade: “The Elements of Style”
  1. Jen says:

    This is the handiest little book ever! Great for quick checks and references.

  2. Christine says:

    Thank you Jen, glad you are finding it helpful.

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