A quick book recommendation for those who are interested in improving their game when it comes to communicating their exegesis: Take a look at Scott F. Crider, The Office of Assertion. This text addresses the art of rhetoric for the college academic essay, but there's enough here philosophically and practically to benefit those who write at any level. I've never had formal training in rhetoric or writing. Whenever I'm done with a piece, I question whether I could have done it better, but I don't immediately know what to look for or how to assess it aside from basic grammar and style I've learned over the years. Crider helps remedy that lack in an easy-to-read text which presents a vision and method for written communication that will help persuade in a pleasing way. Check it out for a new way to think about communicating your exegesis.