March 1, 2017

‘An energy charge for writing’

What people say about ‘Wylie’s Writing Tips,’ Ann’s e-zine

Testimonials for Wylie's Writing Tips

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— Grace Lazzara, president, G. Lazzara, Inc.

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— Michael John, director, Corporate Communications, USIS

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— Weslynn Martin, Long Branch Communication; Professor Emeritus, Rockhurst University

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“One of my jobs is to file copy from the print version of our magazine to our website. Yesterday, after reading your latest issue, I went back in and re-wrote 12 of the 14 headlines I had written for the online material. Your advice really helped me rethink the process. Thanks a million!”
— Chris Mead, editor, Detroiter magazine, Detroit Regional Chamber

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“I’d about given up reading tips on writing … but every time I read your newsletters I find a new nugget of knowledge and come away reinspired. Thank you for doing them!”
— Lisa Ricciotti, editor, Westworld Alberta

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“Every time I receive your ‘whenever-you-send-it’ newsletter, I’m appreciative that something made you reach the conclusion it was time for another issue. As the leader of a small marketing group, I’m not a writer by trade. I always glean solid info and a helpful tip (or 10) from your newsletter. Thanks for what you do, and for clearly having some fun as well, while you do it.”
— Stacy Baehman, director, Marketing Services, Woodbury Financial

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“I get so much out of your newsletter! It’s always full of practical tips that I can use right away, such as Plumb Design’s Visual Thesaurus. I used it the day I received the information! The Art of Storyteller, which we purchased recently, was packed with good ideas, too. Thank you for both.”
— Karen Johnson, communications specialist, St. Francis Hospital

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“Ann, your newsletter is the happiest part of any work week. THANK YOU!”
— Jane Greer, communication director, North Dakota Department of Transportation

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“I love getting e-zine! Always drop everything to read it, then work better, at least for a day or so until I slide back into my old habits.”
— Merrily Jackson, senior editor, Hallmark

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“Thank you for your writing tips. It’s sometimes too easy to lose sight of quality when the job demands quantity. Your emails remind me to take pride in what I churn out.”
— Becky Nelson, assistant director — communications, Wisconsin Bankers Association

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“Thanks for your ‘whenever-Ann-sends-it’ newsletter! I have to tell you, when I finally take the time to really read it, I ALWAYS find a buried treasure. Thanks again for being a bright light in my day!”
— Brenda K. Teter, director of Communications, California Association of Community Managers, Inc.

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“I just wanted to drop you a line and tell you how much I’ve enjoyed my first two issues of your newsletter. I have more than 13 years of experience in writing and editing, and work in corporate communications in an award-winning department, yet I’ve found numerous interesting, helpful, and fresh tips in your publication. Keep up the great work!”
— Robin Mayhall, APR, Hieran Publishing

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“Thank you for your inspiring e-newsletter. (It is always a nice surprise to discover that ‘whenever-you-send it’ happens to be that day!)”
— Sally Graves, Bellevue, Washington

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“Thanks for sending me the emails. They provide an energy charge for writing. Reminds me that it’s fun. Any time you can put fun back in the job, that’s great, both for me and the client.”
— Emily Lampton Jones, OGE Energy Corp.

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“Always excellent! So many great ideas for me to share with my staff.”
— Mary Jane Skala

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