Curious about Word Up?
Help yourself to these PDF’d chapters:
- Foreword by Scott Abel
- To Be or Not To Be
- Talk—I Mean Obfuscate—Your Way to the Top
- The Only Thing These Signs Have in Common
- Her and I: How to Banish Painful Personal-Pronoun Pairings
- To Each Their Own
- Whom Ya Gonna Call
- Hyphens Unite!
- To Hyphenate or Not To Hyphenate After a Noun: That Is the Wrong Question
- Let Me Count the—Different?—Ways
- The Pen Is Mightier Than the Shovel
- You Don’t Know From Prepositions
- A Modern Take (Is Take a Noun?) on Parts of Speech
- The Last Word
- A Definition Is Where You Don’t Say Is Where
- Metaphors Are Jewels
- Lend Your Commas a Hand—or Two
- Touching Words
- Explore and Heighten: Magic Words from a Playwright
- Coming Soon to the Small Screen
- How To Do How-To: Watch Your Steps
- What Brand R U?
- Who’s Your Sam?
- Decisions, Decisions
- Topics Index
- Names Index
- Titles Index
Want all this and more? Get Word Up! How to Write Powerful Sentences and Paragraphs (And Everything You Build from Them)
(Filming and editing by Asia Brown)
Marcia, that’s a really nicely crafted index. You’ve given loads of clues as to what readers can expect from each reference. Lots of intriguing stuff there — looking forward to clicking on some of those index entries for real!
Joe, I can’t wait myself. Thanks for the comment.
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