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         Speeches Writing:     more books (100)
  1. Writing Great Speeches: Professional Techniques You Can Use (Part of the Essence of Public Speaking Series) by Alan M. Perlman, 1997-09-19
  2. Abraham Lincoln: Speeches and Writings, 1832-1858: Bicentennial Jacket (Library of America, No. 45)
  3. Lincoln : Speeches and Writings : 1859-1865 (Library of America) by Abraham Lincoln, 1989-10-01
  4. Professional Writing in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology by Robert Goldfarb and Yula Cherpelis Serpanos, 2008-11-08
  5. A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Martin Luther King, 1990-12-07
  6. Frederick Douglass: Selected Speeches and Writings (The Library of Black America series) by Frederick Douglass, 2000-04-01
  7. I Have a Dream: Writings and Speeches That Changed the World, Special 75th Anniversary Edition (Martin Luther King, Jr., born January 15, 1929) by MartinLuther King, 1992-02-28
  8. Lincoln: His Speeches and Writings by Roy Basler, Carl Sandburg, et all 2001-12-04
  9. Thurgood Marshall: His Speeches, Writings, Arguments, Opinions, and Reminiscences (The Library of Black America series)
  10. Selected Speeches and Writings: Abraham Lincoln by Abraham Lincoln, 1992-02-18
  11. Selected Writings and Speeches of Alexander Hamilton (Aei Studies, 403) by Alexander Hamilton, 1985-03
  12. Indira Gandhi, speeches and writings by Indira Gandhi, 1975
  13. Variation across Speech and Writing by Douglas Biber, 1992-03-27
  14. The Lost Art of the Great Speech: How to Write One--How to Deliver It by Richard Dowis, 1999-10-05

1. Free Wedding Speech Ideas & Advice | How To Write A Wedding Speech
Looking for free wedding speech help ideas? Find tips on writing Groom, Father of the Bride, Best Man wedding speeches toasts on Weddingsday.
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If you haven't found this out already, you'll soon discover that one of the most difficult things to do is to write the speech in the first place. The Best Man’s Speech Father of the Bride’s Speech and Groom’s Speech articles will all help to point you in the right direction, but in order to add a little meat to the bones you will need to be able to flesh out each topic. The first port of call is your own little grey cells, and you should jot down as many thoughts as you can before looking elsewhere. However, when you are all out of ideas, there are a whole host of alternative sources so without further ado, let’s us elucidate you on where and what to look at: As long as they are relevant and not too obscure, why not incorporate words from a popular song or poem into your speech?

2. How To Find Ideas For Articles & Speeches
How to Find Ideas for Articles Speeches by Robert F. Abbott Do you have problems finding ideas for articles and speeches? I know have had at times,
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by: Robert F. Abbott
Do you have problems finding ideas for articles and speeches?
I know have had at times, and others tell me the same thing. At my Toastmasters club, for example, I've often heard members say they have difficulty finding topics for speeches.
But, I've learned, like others who write and speak a lot, to start with what I know. To use my own experiences or perspectives to make even a simple subject uniquely my own. And you can do the same.
Indeed, what seems mundane to you may fascinate someone else. Suppose, for example, you work in a fast food restaurant tell me about the best and worst customers, or tell me about the processes and training that make it possible to go from order to delivery in just a couple of minutes.
Here's a real-life example from my own experiences. I have a part-time job as a directory assistance operator for a telephone company, and that produces some interesting stories, like the time a woman called because the door knob to exit her borrowed apartment was broken, and she couldn't figure out how to get out. She didn't know who to call except Directory Assistance, and we had an interesting time figuring out a solution. Now there's a story to get an article or speech started, and perhaps even a theme such as 'Strange but true stories from a directory assistance operator.'

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