Contact: Barbara McNichol 520-615-7910 Barbara@WordTrippers.com
Give the Gift of Accuracy: Find the Right Word When It Matters Most
Take Advantage of this Sizzling Summer Special—only $49.
Imagine giving a resource that allows the writer, student, business professional, and/or English language learner in your life to quickly find the right word. Give them the benefit of refreshing their knowledge every week. The long-lasting result of your gift? The ability to use confusing English words correctly and avoid embarrassing mistakes.
They’ll also enjoy your generosity and thoughtfulness throughout the year—a gift that keeps giving well beyond any event or holiday.
Here’s a solution that enhances language excellence every day (not everyday). Word Trippers Tips program offers:
- A Word Trippers ebook featuring 390+ pesky pairings of words that can trip you up
(except vs. accept, advise vs. advice, further vs.
farther, to name a few)
- A Word Tripper of the Week arriving in your in-box for 52 weeks (see sample on this page)
- 4 bonus PDFs on grammar and punctuation tips
- A 38-minute webinar on better writing
- A fun crossword puzzle that reviews previous Word Trippers of the Week
Sample of Word Tripper of the Week
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Who benefits from using Word Trippers Tips?
- Business professionals
- VAs and admin assistants
- English language learners
- High school and college students
- Authors, bloggers, speakers
- Grant writers, court reporters, journalists
- And affiliate participants!
What are the benefits of Word Trippers Tips?
- Builds high regard as a credible communicator
- Assists in learning English quickly and easily
- Boosts confidence in knowing the correct words
- Helps you establish a reputation for competence
What makes Word Trippers Tips the best subscription to give as a gift?
Word Tripper of the Week hones English language knowledge, avoids embarrassing mistakes, and enhances one’s ability to write well. Its usefulness has been time-tested for more than a decade.
My time is incredibly limited, and the last thing I need is useless email
clogging up my in-box. I’ve been running my company for close to 20 years. Truth be told, I was highly skeptical that WordTrippers would be of any
benefit. WRONG! In less than 30 seconds, I learned I was using an incorrect word to describe something. As a new subscriber, I’m looking forward to all the Word Trippers.
– Michael Spremulli, Corporate Entertainer & Speaker, www.Spremulli.com
Meet Barbara McNichol, creator of Word Trippers
As an expert editor of nonfiction books and articles, Barbara has been on a crusade for two decades to curb the misuse of words through her Word Trippers. She continues to create Word Tripper of the Week because, in her editing, she sees she’ll never run out of words that trip people up.
Encourage a quick and easy grasp of the English language
The fee is regularly $99/year but why not . . .
Take Advantage of a Sizzling Summer Special—only $49 until September 21, 2017.
When does the recipient’s subscription start?
Immediately. Recipients receive a download of Word Trippers ebook featuring 390+ Word Trippers.
They also receive Word Tripper of the Week #1 and every week for the next 51 weeks. It automatically renews every year unless you unsubscribe. (Yes, you’ll be sent a reminder.)
Still unsure? Contact Barbara at email@example.com
You don’t want to embarrass yourself in print. But figuring out the
differences can be time-consuming and sometimes confusing. You’ll find clear explanations for each of the commonly confused word pairs. That makes it quick and easy to select the option that applies and then get back to the task at hand.
– Lynette Smith
I highly recommend Word Trippers—a delightful and useful reference with great information from a world-class book editor, Barbara McNichol.
– Anita Paul
Barbara’s Word Trippers material should be in everyone’s back pocket. It is a quintessential reference for those words that can stump us with their
appropriate use. Highly recommended.
– Mary Shaefer
Barbara has gathered all those tricky words, so easily confused—bring/take, then/than, lay/lie—to assist the writer in using the correct word. Authors as well as learners of English, creative writing, and
journalism would do well to keep this book within reach at all times.
– Valerie Allen