Posts tagged writing
Hey, it’s November, you know what that means: National Novel Writing Month, adorably shortened as NaNoWriMo. This is not like Excema Awareness or Secretary Appreciation Month, this is a Month that actually comes with its own friendly competition, and cozy writing community. Write every day for 30 days, end up with a 50,000 word novel,… More →
When Does Research End And Writing Begin?
I use Grammarly for English proofreading because as a professional copy editor, I have learned that everyone makes mistakes. Everyone, including me. Recently I’ve encountered the question “when does research end and writing begin?” popping up all over the place. My fellow writers struggle with it while working on book manuscripts, and get a variety… More →
Rules of Three, Leave Them Be
I use Grammarly for english proofreading because I just had to tell my writing student that she shouldn’t suggest “razing the kids” in her essay. Generally speaking, I’m not a believer in all those “rules for writing” that you read about. From “don’t start a sentence with ‘and’,” to “write what you know,” most of… More →
Modern Mythographer | Tagged storytelling, structure, writing