Category Archives: reader response

Relating to Your Audience

In response to a call for blog topics, my buddy Bill suggested I address the need for technical writers to connect with their audience. Specifically, “I think a lot of technical writers lack the ability to inject humanity into their … Continue reading

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Reader Response: Is Technical Writing FUN?

In going back through the “On This Day” feature on my Facebook page, I discovered that I’d forgotten to respond to a suggestion from my mentor Dede (D2) that I talk about things that are fun or eye-popping about technical … Continue reading

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Questions from My Readers for a Ghost Writer

Hello, Heroic Tech Writing fans! I’ve got a special treat this week: I’ll be interviewing Laura Schaefer, a freelancer whose specialty is ghost writing. In essence, she helps people who have an idea for a personal development, personal finance, and business … Continue reading

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Reader Response: Is Technical Writing for Me?

This week I received an email from Camille, a reader who is a recent transplant to the U.S. who is hoping to make the jump from education to technical writing. Her message and my reply can be read below.

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Reader Response: My Customer Isn’t Organized!

A reader named Larry posted a comment on my personal blog, but the response really belongs here. Let’s see what he has to say.

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