Editorial Style Handbook


A clear and consistent style is essential for more effective communications and evaluator comprehension. My 85-page style handbook is compiled for Government proposals. With content condensed and organized for ease of use by writers, you can easily tailor this Style Handbook for your group.



This handbook, continuously improved since 1984, provides my preference on editorial style, effective communication, grammar, punctuation, terminology, abbreviations, acronyms, and initialisms. Is the abbreviation for the military rank of O-6 a Col., a COL, or a CAPT? It depends on the military branch of service (Air Force, Army, Navy, Marines, or Coast Guard). Get that wrong for Navy evaluators and they will know you don’t have a clue how to “hit the deck running”. (It is CAPT for the Navy, all caps, no period.) This 85-page style handbook covers most of what is needed to transform your Government proposals. With content condensed for ease of use by writers, this handbook is easily tailored to your needs.


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