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Great story, great plot, great characters, but… Many instructors and how-to books warn writers of using passive voice in their work, caused by a reliance on the “to be” verbs—the KILLER BEs. For writers hoping for publication, passive writing stings their chances. In How to Swat the KILLER BEs Out of Your Writing, author Nancy Owens Barnes presents a handy booklet designed Great story, great plot, great characters, but… Many instructors and how-to books warn writers of using passive voice in their work, caused by a reliance on the “to be” verbs—the KILLER BEs. For writers hoping for publication, passive writing stings their chances. In How to Swat the KILLER BEs Out of Your Writing, author Nancy Owens Barnes presents a handy booklet designed to assist serious writers in turning their passive voice into active voice and allowing their writing to reach a new level. A great guide for beginning writers and a gentle reminder for established writers.


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Great story, great plot, great characters, but… Many instructors and how-to books warn writers of using passive voice in their work, caused by a reliance on the “to be” verbs—the KILLER BEs. For writers hoping for publication, passive writing stings their chances. In How to Swat the KILLER BEs Out of Your Writing, author Nancy Owens Barnes presents a handy booklet designed Great story, great plot, great characters, but… Many instructors and how-to books warn writers of using passive voice in their work, caused by a reliance on the “to be” verbs—the KILLER BEs. For writers hoping for publication, passive writing stings their chances. In How to Swat the KILLER BEs Out of Your Writing, author Nancy Owens Barnes presents a handy booklet designed to assist serious writers in turning their passive voice into active voice and allowing their writing to reach a new level. A great guide for beginning writers and a gentle reminder for established writers.

32 review for How to Swat the KILLER BEs Out of Your Writing: A Writing Skills Handbook on How to Write in Active Voice

  1. 4 out of 5

    Steve

    Short, clear and to the point Read this book if you want to understand active voice. I didn’t understand it before but now I do thanks to this book.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    A writing book that makes a usage mistake with one of the very points it teaches about needs better editing. Short, but still not worth the read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jay Kovach

    I hate nothing more than editting and this helps me to have a structure and game plan that will be more than useful in the future. This is more than worth the cost of purchase for any writer!

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