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Teach Yourself Better Handwriting (edition 2003)

by Rosemary Sassoon (Author)

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The way we write mirrors our mood and character. It is the way we project ourselves to the world - and other people often judge us by our handwriting. The aim of this book is to teach people with any style of writing, helping them improve their writing and develop a mature and individual style. It is specifically written for adults and uses self-diagnosis tests to identify problems, and before and after examples to illustrate common faults.… (more)
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Title:Teach Yourself Better Handwriting
Authors:Rosemary Sassoon (Author)
Info:McGraw-Hill (2003), Edition: 2, 192 pages
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A decent set of exercises and guidelines to work with. ( )
  deldevries | Jan 31, 2016 |
Can't write and what does come out looks like a spider has had a drinking night with friends, fallen into a ink-well and crawled lost into the night. Yet I have less then a messy mind...

This one of the many books acquired over the years to produce a good "hand" But in reality this would require me to write slowly, which if I do then legible writing does begin to appear. But its so boring so its scrappy notes and word-processing to the rescue. ( )
  ablueidol | Nov 12, 2006 |
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The way we write mirrors our mood and character. It is the way we project ourselves to the world - and other people often judge us by our handwriting. The aim of this book is to teach people with any style of writing, helping them improve their writing and develop a mature and individual style. It is specifically written for adults and uses self-diagnosis tests to identify problems, and before and after examples to illustrate common faults.

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