Red White & Blue EEZZ Writing

Do You Want To Write Like A Best Selling Author?

This Ebook Is The Answer
It Is Different

 

Dr. Mickey Suarez

 

Dear Writer,
The “power of the pen” will open many doors for you. The correct use of punctuation marks is essential for expressing your thoughts. If you want to learn how to use “punctuation marks” in just a few days—EEZZ WRITING – Red, White & Blue—is a must buy. It is an easy reading eBook. It is not complex or technical. Now, it is on sale for just US$14.95 so all writers (worldwide) can download it and print it. RW&B is short (about 92 pages). RW&B uses clear examples (“educational tools”) from your author and from other best selling authors. RW&B is very easy to understand. Keep it at arm’s length: (a) in your purse, (b) in your pocket, and (c) on your desk. Thanks!
Miguel “Dr. Mickey” Suarez

This Short eBook Shows You When And Where To Place The Punctuation Marks

 

THE MARKS

( . , : ; ’ ? ! “ ” ‘ ’ &  / \ - – — … …. [  ] <  > {  } )

CRAFTMANSHIP

Red, White & Blue will help you use punctuation marks correctly. If you follow the simple guidelines (choices), you will avoid errors, and you will author perfect papers. So, you will stand “tall” above other writers who do not use Red, White & Blue—“The Art of Punctuation.”

EEZZ Writing

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How Is This Smart Ebook Different?

Chapter 1 // INTRODUCTION
Style is a matter of choice—your choice. Style emanates from character and personality. Style is your signature.

Chapter 2 // CAPITALIZATION

Capital letters perform an important function of style. Should you use ALL CAPS for emphasis?

Chapter 3 // COMMA
The comma is a troublesome mark. RW&B makes its application easy for you. Should you use the “Serial Comma”? Sir Winston Spencer Churchill (UK Prime Minister during WWII) wrote, “… we offer blood, toil, tears, and sweat.… ” When do you use a pair of commas?

Chapter 4 // APOSTROPHE

RW&B follows “Rule 1” of The Elements of Style,  © 1972. What does the controversial rule state?  Should you write –Atkins’ book? Should it be –Atkins’s book? “We sell CD’s” (Is this store’s sign correct?) What do you think about –Harrods and –Lands’ End?

Chapter 5 // COLON

Is the—(:)—an arrowhead? Do you know when to use the colon?

Chapter 6 // SEMICOLON

Is the semicolon related to the “Crown Comma”?

Chapter 10 // PARENTHESES

Do you know what the—(   )—enclose? Do you use parentheses for emphasis?

Chapter 11 //  SQUARE BRACKETS

Do you know what the—[   ]—enclose?

Chapter 13 // QUOTATION MARKS

Do you know the limited usages of the—(“  ”)?

Chapter 16 //  PLURALS

Which one is correct –from the $600s or –from the $600’s? Should you write –in the 90s or –in the ’90s or –in the –’90’s?

Chapter 17 // ABBREVIATIONS

Is –US correct? Do you like –USA or –U.S.A?

Chapter 20 //  ELLIPSES

RW& B will teach you when to use the (…) method and the (….) method when writing quotations.

Chapter 21// QUESTION MARK

Does the—(?)—look like a “seahorse”? Is the question mark a “power mark”?

Chapter 22 // EXCLAMATION POINT

This mark looks like a tin soldier standing guard. Is this mark a “full stop”?
    

THE FINAL WORD

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