Product Review: Grammarly

Grammarly is one of the world’s top writing editing software programs. Between its versatility in academic, business, creative, technical, medical, novel and blog writing, it has some differences between its rival, ProWritingAid.

How to Properly Write Business Solicitation Letters

Business letter writing is different than novel writing. While the premises is the same (writing professionally), there are rules that must be applied at a professional level when writing a solicitation email. This article will¬†address how to avoid mistakes that may get your email trashed before you get a reply.   ALWAYS RESEARCH YOUR TARGET CLIENT. This cannot ...

From Fanfiction to Original Fiction Writing

Today I'd like go over when it is important to transition away from fanfiction and into the realm of original fiction. There is someone I know who loves fanfiction--we will call her T. T calls today and tells me she has this epic fanfiction going on, that she has thousands of comments and that it's 1,000+ ...

Fluff

Has anyone ever heard of the fluff bunny? Here is what he looks like.   Here is the one who wants to slay the fluff bunny.     Now, did I need to start my blog post out by showing you these things? No. I didn't. But I did. And it grabbed your attention, didn't it? Good, sit down for a few minutes. Grab ...

Mistakes!

I'd like to talk to you about mistakes, because you're going to make them no matter what. Psst--I'll tell you a secret. I never would sound so professional some days if it wasn't for spell checker. I typo professionally like nobody's business when I get going in my document or even with blog postings ^_^ But with ...

“Said is Dead”

There was an interesting meme that came out right after a close friend and I had a discussion about the word "said".  She was having problems using other words, and that is one major problem that many people struggle with. Said is an overly popular word that many people have come to "accept" in writing, ...

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