Some people neglect commas. Others use them after every word. Whatever your tendencies, these comma rules will help you find a happy medium.
The journey to becoming an author can be long and arduous. Take these few baby steps to learn how to become a writer and start off on the right foot.
The first lines of a story set the mood and draw readers in. This infographic features first lines from some of the most famous books of all time.
Book lovers will feel a special connection with these literary characters who also crave the particular magic conjured by a good book.
The screenwriters of some of your favorite TV dramas and comedies share writing tips for writers in all fields.
If you have a taste for both the small page and the big screen, you will love these movies based on books, all of which are available on Netflix.
Even a well-known program can surprise you with new shortcuts. Here, Scribendi reviews some of the hidden features of Microsoft Word.
Whether you are looking for new authors to explore or new drinks to try out, this comparison of famous writers to delicious drinks will help you know what you are getting into.
First person, second person, third person . . . sounds like a party to me! Learn how to identify and use narrative voice in your own writing.
With Christmas approaching, it is time to unwrap one of the most useful gifts you will receive this year: a thorough knowledge of the present tense!