Typos are the bane of all writers. They can mess with your meaning, disrupt the flow of your sentences and leave readers confused. One small typo can derail your entire work, stealing your credibility and, with it, the ability your work has to make a lasting impact. Right? I'm not so sure anymore. I'm a … Continue reading What to do with your typos
If you want to become a better writer, the equation is simple: Reading + Writing = Better Writing Filling in the variables, however, is not. In a Facebook group that I'm a member of, someone recently asked other group members about their own reading and writing habits. This member expressed anxiety because he feels like … Continue reading Should you be reading or writing more?
It's that time of the month at work when I'm busy churning out ghostwritten newspaper columns before they're due to editors; drafting monthly blogs for clients; and helping account managers write and finesse e-newsletter intros. I've also been playing around with flyer copy for a new client. As I rush to meet deadlines and get … Continue reading A writer’s best tool