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Handbuch für alle, die schreiben

Das neue Handbuch für alle, die beruflich schreiben müssen und wollen, erscheint zum neuen Jahr und ich bin mit einem Beitrag dabei.

Das Schreibbuch

Das Schreibbuch ist ein Fachbuch. Von Profis für die Praxis. Mit vielen Tipps, Hinweisen und Beispielen. Für Print-Autoren genauso wie für PR-Leute und Internet-Kreative. Das Schreibbuch ist aber auch kein Fachbuch. Weil die meisten Autoren aus ihrer subjektiven Sicht schreiben und ihre eigene Erfahrung einbringen – indem sie berichten, was ihnen wichtig ist, ohne altbekannte Weisheiten wiederzukäuen ...

Das Schreibbuch
Das Handbuch für alle, die professionell schreiben
von den Herausgebern Dirk Lehmanski & Michael Braun
erscheint im Januar im ISB-Verlag
und ist ab sofort (auch bei Amazon) vorbestellbar

Mehr über das Buch und die Autor/innen auch unter www.das-schreibbuch.de.

Mein Beitrag »Texte/-n mit Herzblut« erscheint übrigens demnächst auch häppchenweise hier im Textorin-Blog.




»dieTextorin« | 09. Dezember 2007, 19:12

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