Your Booklet Manuscript: Five Tips To Tighten Up Your Writing

A booklet is a small publication.  It isn’t meant to say it all, and this what people appreciate about booklets.  They’re concise and to the point – a quick and easy read.

Here are five tips to help you tighten up your writing so you can give your audience the quick and easy read they expect, and deliver as much solid information as you can.

1) Decide what your booklet is really about. Your booklet’s topic should be clear, not vague.  It should be specific and to the point.

2) Keep your sentences short and to the point. Enough said.

3) Use the jargon your particular audience understands. You would write very differently to young, at home moms than you would to chiropractors.

4) Include only the facts or what matters most. When you’re writing a booklet, you don’t have room to include every last detail.

5) Proofread your booklet and remove any unnecessary words.

To your riches!


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