If you are currently procrastinating, chances are you are not reading this By Emma Perry Ooooh nooooo, because when you procrastinate, you do it good. You go to YouTube to find more information (like, who does that anyway) about the causes of Civil War (not the Marvel movie thing) and end up checking out videos about Crimson Fox (which is a
Common writing errors and how to avoid them There seems to be a perception that writers have perfect grammar and professional writers never need an editor. The truth is, writers still make mistakes and as much as we try and avoid as many as we can, they still seem to pop up. As writers, we need to remember that we are
Writing great dialogue is not as simple as it might seem. By Lisa Brown There is no great screenplay without good screenwriters. Many screenwriters work for days, weeks and even month to come up with great dialogue. The importance of a good dialogue is undeniable. For authors, it’s the same. You need to take the reader through the journey while
Simple Proofreading Ideas To Improve Your Writing By Lisa Brown I am a huge fan of proofreading effectively because it can save you so much embarrassment. There was a moment, a few years ago, when I wrote a card to my boss and embarrassed myself. I won’t say what the card said, but the word I was trying to write was ‘organism’.