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Shaun Fawcett is a Canadian-based writer, business consultant, journalist, and publisher. Over the years he has worked in a variety of professional capacities in both the private and public sectors. He earned his M.B.A. in 1996 through the University of Ottawa’s Executive MBA Program.

He has published many magazine articles on subjects ranging from business, to sports, to entertainment. He is the author of the book Internet Basics without fear! and he owns and operates the Montreal-based firm, Final Draft! Business Consulting and Communications.

Shaun is Webmaster of the popular one-stop writing help Web site: www.writinghelp-central.com. Every week, over 25,000 people visit that site to obtain tips, advice, and information on everyday writing including: letter writing (personal, business), resumes, cvs, reports, essays, term papers, etc. He also runs www.writinghelptools.com a one-stop resource site for the best practical writing tools on the Net. Shaun is the author of the internationally acclaimed writing help eCourse Tips and Tricks For Writing Success which he offers for free at his various Web sites.

To-date, Shaun has published ten "How-To" eBooks:

How To Write A How-To Book (or eBook);
Instant Book Writing Kit;
Instant Business Letter Kit;
Instant Home Writing Kit;
Instant Letter Writing Kit;
Instant Recommendation Letter Kit;
Instant Reference Letter Kit;
Instant Resignation Letter Kit.;
Instant College Admission Essay Kit.
Internet Basics For Beginners;

These eBooks are unique in that they provide comprehensive "how to" information combined with "real-life" templates that users can download into their word processors and work with. They are designed to meet the home, business, and educational writing needs of the typical visitor to his writing help Web sites.

For more information on any of these writing kits, go to the following Web site:
WritingHelpTools.com 

The philosophy behind these writing tools is based on Shaun's personal belief that, "...everyone, no matter what they do or where they come from, should be able to benefit from the power of the written word in their everyday life."

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