Yesterday And Cliché
Once upon a time, there were a few innovative phrases and metaphors that made authors’ work seem like a breath of fresh air. Those phrases made an impact that could’ve lasted an eternity, but you can have too much of a good thing. It was…
How To Create A Stellar Plot Outline
Before the fame, wealth, book signings and fans that accompany the success of your first novel, there is the grueling process of actually penning the whole thing down that needs to be done. How you translate your plot outline on paper is of utmost importance. …
10 Microsoft Word Shortcuts You Should Have Heard Of
For as long as I can remember, MS Word has been a critical part of writing. Like everything though, it’s evolved to include a lot of features in the ribbon toolbar that often go unnoticed. Almost every feature on Microsoft Word has shortcuts on the…
10 Better Ways For Writers To Describe Anger
Remember that time you got so angry you couldn’t find words within your existing range of vocabulary to express it? Irritation, frustration, annoyance, outrage, indignation, pique, and a wide range of synonyms describe one of the more dominant emotions we experience: Anger. If you’re trying…
The 11 Best Worst Proofreading Fails!
There’s a lot more to proofreading than a basic spelling and grammar check, but what if this very first step goes wrong? Take a look at some of the simplest proofing errors that have cost companies their reputations and staggering amounts of money. Guys, if…
Any Last Words?
With minds presumably buzzing with words and many brilliant books and poems to their credit, have you ever wondered what caused literary geniuses to say the very last words they ever spoke? Here’s a list of some of the most interesting last words said by…
Why Your Dissertation Needs Proofreading
You spend months working on your thesis, but it is just a lot of work for one person to do. That’s why many of us don’t have the time to (or just forget to) take care of the important finishing touches, like making sure our dissertations are consistent, well-formatted and free of typos.
That’s where an academic editing and proofreading service can help you!
Idioms from Head to Toe!
Many figurative expressions in English refer to parts of the human body. You’ve already got all the body parts, so here are some new ways to use them—in your writing! Let’s take it from the top. 1. Have your head in the clouds: To be lost…
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