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Public speakers are not born. They are made. This practical and friendly book shows you how to make any kind of speech with confidence and ease.
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A meticulously researched, highly entertaining, idiosyncratic look at the how, why and what of bad language around the world.
Experienced writing teacher Hazel Smith demystifies the process of creative writing, providing exercises and examples to show how it can be systematically learnt.
With more than twenty million books sold internationally, Valerie Parv has made love and romance a career. This fully revised and expanded new edition is a necessity for the bookshelves of all hopeful romance writers.
A practical guide to writing for film from an experienced screenwriter and script editor who has worked and taught in both Australia and the USA.
Patsy McCarthy and Caroline Hatcher
A thorough and practical guide to making presentations and speeches to small and large groups.
Clearly and compactly explains the fundamentals of good fiction-writing, with examples from a wide variety of known writers.
A new handbook to help beginners kickstart their writing by prize-winning author and long-time writing teacher, Kate Grenville
Impress your friends with your mastery of cultural theory jargon, with this handy A-Z guide to the terms all arts students need to know in order to survive uni
Kate Grenville and Sue Woolfe
Making Stories shows ten acclaimed Australian authors at work.
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