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How to Explain Things

A Writer’s Guide

When you're writing instructions or explaining matters, you don't get instant feedback. How can you be sure you've made yourself understood? Britt Malka has been teaching adults since 1995 and has written instructional books for almost as long. She discovered that anticipating the areas that is hard to understand, and explaining things in different ways are keys to getting the message understood. In this writer's guide to explain things, you'll learn how to make the…

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Soon: My First Novella Published


Somewhere deep down inside myself, I never thought that day would happen. I wanted to write a novel, but most of the time it was just a faint dream. And the few times I did something about it, I wrote a couple of chapters and then hated my work. If it hadn’t been for a course I stumbled upon, I probably would still be dreaming. Allow me to present the cover for my first novella: […]

The Author

Britt Malka

When I was around five years old, I went with my father to work sometimes, and I always loved that they offered me a typewriter and paper. That white paper... all those possibilities! A year or so later, my parents gave me a light-brown typewriter made out of plastic. One of those things that was made for children. With it I typed stories and fairy tales and used my imagination. Later I got a real typewriter (still not electric, though) and I kept typing. My biggest dream was to become a writer. High-school killed my imagination, but I discovered a…

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