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ProWritingTV: Learn More About Writing

Hayley Milliman
Content Lead
Published Dec 19, 2019


Have you heard? We started a YouTube channel and it’s called ProWritingTV!

  1. Introducing… ProWritingTV!
  2. Five of Our Favorite Videos
  3. Visit the ProWritingTV YouTube Channel Now!

Introducing… ProWritingTV!

Here at ProWritingAid, our goal isn't just to create an amazing grammar checker that will help you find and fix errors in your work. We also want to help you learn from your mistakes to improve your writing and your understanding of your writing every single day. That's why we launched our YouTube channel, ProWritingTV: to give you even more ways and mediums in which you can learn about the craft of writing.

Whether you're a visual learner who prefers to watch a video than read an article or you're just looking for a more educational bingewatch topic than normal, head over to ProWritingTV now to check out our frequently updated content.

Five of Our Favorite Videos

Here are five of the videos we’ve recently added to the ProWritingTV channel.

Weak Words Series: Why should you over-rely on intensifiers like “very” in your writing?

Watch out for hidden verbs in your writing—set them free!

What is POV? And how do you choose the best POV for your story?

Are adverbs good or bad?

What is a comma splice? And how do I fix it?

Visit the ProWritingTV YouTube Channel Now!

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Hayley Milliman
Content Lead

Hayley is thrilled to be ProWritingAid's Content Lead, as it gives her an excuse to think deeply about words every single day. Prior to joining ProWritingAid, Hayley spent a number of years as an elementary school teacher, which was a crash course in learning how to entertain an indifferent audience. These days, she puts her storytelling skills to use writing blog articles and working on her first novel.

When Hayley isn't hunched over her keyboard, you can find her figure skating at the ice rink or hiking with her dog.

She is the co-author of the book Museum Hack's Guide to History's Fiercest Females (which was an Amazon bestseller) and How to Build Your Author Platform on a Shoestring.

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