Whether your favorite piece of writing advice is to "go after inspiration with a club" (Jack London) or to simply eat chocolate biscuits (Neela Mann and Lliana Bird), you can apply it to your everyday life. Check out our top eight writing lessons that you can use to help you interpret and live in the real world.
When a sentence is too long and is full of extra, unimportant words, it is referred to as wordy. If a sentence is wordy, it can be hard to comprehend and will detract from your writing. Try to follow these tips to avoid wordiness and to produce clear, concise writing.
The English language is a tricky one, which is why our editors offer helpful writing tips about everything from writing a thesis statement to homophones to capitalization. Though learning English is difficult, there can be some humour in some of the language's common usage errors.
Scribendi explains the problem with texting and the poor grammar habits it creates.
Even a well-known program can surprise you with new shortcuts. Here, Scribendi reviews some of the hidden features of Microsoft Word.
This article discusses the proper uses of square brackets, curly brackets and angle brackets. Brackets are actually more complex than most people realize!
We know it takes a lot to keep the creative fires burning, so we put together a list of the eight best TED Talks for writers to keep you inspired.
This podcast provides detailed definitions of the three brackets commonly used: Square, Curly, and Angle Brackets. We elaborate on these definitions using multiple examples of when each bracket is appropriate.
Writing a journal is a great way to spark creativity and establish writing as part of your daily routine.
Need some writing inspiration during NaNoWriMo? Remind yourself why you write with these quotes from famous authors!