Engineering Your Writing Success (EYWS)

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Copyright: 1996
Page Count: 304
Format: Paperback
Dimensions: 8 1/2 x 11
  • James E. Vincler

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    James E. Vincler is a professional writing coach who works exclusively with engineers and business people. He has led workshops and seminars on writing for engineers for more than 20 years.
  • Nancy Horlick Vincler

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    Nancy Horlick Vincler is a professional writing coach who works exclusively with engineers and business people. In nearly twenty years of leading workshops and seminars, she has taught thousands of grateful students that engineers CAN write.


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    Engineering Your Writing Success (EYWS)

    You'll never dread a writing project again when you learn to use the step-by-step approach given in Engineering Your Writing Success. This book shows you the nuts and bolts of starting and finishing all your writing projects—reports, proposals, memos, letters, data sheets, and procedures. Learn to design your message to reach your reader, choosing the right words every time. Don't let poor writing skills hold back your career—this book can help.

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    Engineering your writing success Review by Customer
    I'm a processes enginner at a power plant. I didn't know how can I improve my writing skill on the job such as writings of report, proposal, procedures, letters, memos and e-mail, which were daily assaignments. Once, I attended a business writing course, and the instructor advised me to buy this book, and I did. It's a great book not only for the professional engineers but also for the technicians, and the students of engineering colleges. I highly recommend this book and I say for all engineers go for it. (Posted on 7/30/2015)

    Presents concepts well. Review by Customer
    Key concepts are logically well presented. The book is easy to read with a lot of examples, but the text can be easily skipped to get to the points. The book helps with generating and organizing ideas, constructing more effective sentences, and troubleshooting writing problems. The book is not about grammar, but it is a practical analysis of how to write better. (Posted on 7/30/2015)

    If you're only going to buy one book on writing for engineers, buy this one! Review by Customer
    I teach technical writing at a large state research institute, and this is one of the only books I would recommend to my students (and I have about 20 or 25 technical writing books on my bookshelf!). It is easy to read and well organized, has practical advice and examples, and best of all, it has a good sense of humor. It would be a great buy for a practicing engineer or for an engineering student (undergrad or grad). (Posted on 7/30/2015)