This practical guide for writers presents insights, tips, strategies, and recommendations for publishing in educational periodicals. It will be useful for
many professionals whose educational background has not adequately prepared them to write for a publication. The reader will be able to identify, understand, and work through the stages of writing and publication from prewriting through manuscript completion. This book will help in identifying the causes and types of typical writer's blocks, offering strategies to overcome them. It will also serve as a guide to understanding and improving writing styles, writing productively, and professional
discourse. New ideas and suggestions for using personal computers in writing efforts are also provided.
"This book does what it sets out to do. It is compact, well organized, and undoubtedly will help the dedicated professional write better and get more
work published." -- George A. Baker III, AACC Journal, Feb/Mar 1994
"What a helpful book this is! Hiemstra and Brier have met well the four goals they set out for themselves..." -- Trenton R. Ferro, PAACE Journal of Lifelong Learning, Vol. 4, 1995
"If you aspire to write professionally, this text provides some of the best and most informative 115 pages you will want in your reference library." -- Chris Bolden, R. EEG T., St. Luke's Hospital, Cedar