Today, January 9th, is Word Nerd Day. This day is special to everyone who loves reading, writing, and all things English. Here are 4 fun facts about words you can use to impress your family and friends today.
Do you find yourself getting stuck writing the same scene over and over again? You may have writer's imperfection. Here's how you can overcome it.
Ah, high school English class: it's the place where you first read Shakespeare, learned the five-paragraph essay format, and wrote those annual research papers. While English class can be incredibly rewarding, there's a few things I wish English teachers taught me while I was in high school (and even college to an extent). After all, English is an incredibly valuable subject, especially since people don't seem to focus on creating good writing in a world of texting. Here's five things I wish English teachers taught me in school.
When you’re looking to write a book (or any other form of writing), one of the first questions that comes to mind is what point of view works best for your piece. While there’s plenty of success for each viewpoint, there’s no surprise that there’s advantages and disadvantages of each one.
Here’s a guide that will help you decide what point of view you should use for your writing.
The Oxford comma is the final comma in a list. It usually comes before a coordinating conjunctions and or or.