posted by Amanda .
Imagine that you are an agent who is interested in publishing new authors. Choose any book you like and present the book to a publisher in New York. You want to be the person responsible for putting the book on the shelf. You should convince the publisher that the book is well worthy and will do well once it is published. Use persuasive language and details from the book to prove your point. You will be graded on the following: persuasive language details from the book, and include three paragraphs containing at least 4 - 5 sentences each. Also, make your essay look like a letter by include a salutation at the beginning of your essay (such as Dear Sir or Madam, or To Whom It May Concern, or make up a name such as Dear Mr. Smith,), and include a complimentary close at the end of your essay (such as Sincerely, or Sincerely Yours, or Yours Truly,) and include your name at the end.
I need help writing a conclusion heres the rest of my paper
Dear Mr. Joe
I am sending you today the book "A child called it", by Dave Pelzer. The book is of his challenges with his parents. I think it is very interesting to read it keeps you hooked by how much it touches your heart. It grabs your emotions, and is not easy to put down once you start reading.
The book is about one of the most serve child abuse cases in California. It’s about the author as a child and how his alcoholic mother would beat him and starve him. She would do unpredictable things that almost killed him, but he had to learn how to deal with them if he wanted to survive. It got so bad she thought of him has her slave not her son.
This is a strong, easy to read, and compelling book. Take a look, and you will agree.
AGain, on the second sentence, the use of I think decreases the value of your argument. The last sentence "It got so.." would be stronger by saying It became so (bad, severe, lifethreatening)..
Actually, I would toss the last sentence, it is not strong, and gives too much away if the guy is going to read the book. Would it be better to say...The child became the mom's fixation for all her wrath, with no escape for the child.