MENU HOMEABOUT USSERVICESCLIENTSBOOK Book Reviews If composition class made you squirm and grammar lessons caused an uneasy feeling in the pit of your stomach, relax, readers! Lyles shares a friendly, chatty guide to written and spoken communication. Drawing on her 30 years of experience as a writer, editor, and manager for technology companies, her guide…

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MENU HOMEABOUT USSERVICESCLIENTSBOOK Book Reviews Midwest Book Review Synopsis: “From the Errors of Others: How to Avoid Embarrassing Mistakes in Writing and Speaking” is an informative collection of crisp, witty, and slyly informative essays for grownups with a sense of humor by technical writer and editor Rebecca M. Lyles. The focus is on communication including…

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MENU HOMEABOUT USSERVICESCLIENTSBOOK Book Reviews From the Errors of Others, by Rebecca Lyles A lively, humorous debut compendium of communication “don’ts.” In this highly readable debut, Lyles, a business-communication consultant with three decades of technical writing experience, documents the many misspellings, grammatical blunders, and ill-advised expressions that bedevil business writing and speech. The very short,…

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MENU HOMEABOUT USSERVICESCLIENTSBOOK Book Reviews Rebecca M. Lyles presents From the Errors of Others: How to Avoid Embarrassing Mistakes in Writing and Speaking. This book includes a series of short essays on various aspects of language. If you like Bulletin columnist Richard Lederer’s writing, I think you’ll like this book. Lyles covers some of the…

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MENU HOMEABOUT USSERVICESCLIENTSBOOK Book Reviews Effective communication is a skill that everyone wants but can be hard to develop. In a collection of short, humorous essays, Rebecca M. Lyles carefully articulates the do’s and don’ts of effective communication in her work From the Errors of Others. As an experienced editor, Lyles brings years of experience…

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MENU HOMEABOUT USSERVICESCLIENTSBOOK Book Reviews My book, From the Errors of Others, is a collection of essays on the common mistakes people make when they speak and write … and how to correct them. The essays are short, and you don’t have to read them in order. Nuggets of useful information with a light touch,…

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