As a consultant engineer, I found this book an excellent guide for preparing reports, although the principles apply equally to fiction, memos, advertising copy, theses, - you name it. The author describes with clarity numerous techniques for adding coherence and life to writing. Wilber also gives tips to overcome the dreaded writer's block. For example, for that first draft, forget about perfectionism and just put your ideas on paper. Leave the revision until later. How about coherence? Wilber shows that by beginning a sentence with an idea introduced earlier, the reader is able to follow with greater ease the flow and development of thoughts. In summary, this is an excellent practical reference that should be on everyone's desk.