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I'm now the Hong Kong representative of The Williams Inference Center, a US-based research company that identifies the early indicators of global change, opportunities and threats that could impact YOUR business, organisation, investment decisions...

Contact me today to find out how the Williams Inference material will help you to anticipate and profit from change in a volatile world. More >

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"I've always been told: 'Find people who can help you in the areas you are the weakest in.' Kay has been a huge help for me by taking text that I've written for a web site and editing it so that it comes across much more professionally than if I'd written it myself."
Kimberly Whiley, Tamco Trade Services

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Kay Ross recommends - books about writing, grammar, style...

Brian S Brooks and James L Pinson "Working with Words - A Concise Handbook for Media Writers and Editors"
David Crystal "Rediscover Grammar"
Harold Evans "Essential English for Journalists, Editors and Writers"
FW Hodgson "Modern Newspaper Editing and Production"
Stephen King "On Writing"
Gerry McGovern and Rob Norton "Content Critical - Gaining Competitive Advantage Through High-Quality Web Content"
Gerry McGovern, Rob Norton and Catherine O'Dowd "The Web Content Style Guide - An Essential Reference for Online Writers, Editors and Managers"
Arthur Plotnik "Spunk & Bite - A writer's guide to bold, contemporary style"
William Safire
William Strunk Jr. and EB White "The Elements of Style"
Lynne Truss "Eats, Shoots & Leaves - The Zero Tolerance Approach to Punctuation"
"The Oxford Dictionary for Writers and Editors" and lots of other dictionaries

And hundreds more. Visit any library or bookshop, or go to:
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