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Articles by Millie Dinsdale

Millie is ProWritingAid's Content Manager. A recent English Literature graduate, she loves all things books and writing. When she isn't working, Millie enjoys gardening, re-reading books by Agatha Christie, and running.

Write-Publish-Profit Infostack Deal 2022

Write-Publish-Profit Infostack Deal 2022

Infostack is back with $6,500 of Writing Resources for $49!

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5 Reasons Why Grammar Is Important in Writing

5 Reasons Why Grammar Is Important in Writing

Grammar is essential for creating meaning in writing. It is one of the main ways to ensure that your message is clearly and accurately understood. Read on to learn more about why grammar is important in writing, and how you can master it.

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Best Crime Books to Read in 2022

Best Crime Books to Read in 2022

What are the best crime books of all time? Here are our top 30 crime novels.

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Business Writing Skills: Top 10 Tips to Improve

Business Writing Skills: Top 10 Tips to Improve

Business writing comes with its own individual set of requirements. You need to research your topic, evaluate your audience, clearly define your purpose for writing, and edit for clarity and brevity in order to communicate effectively.

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20 Irony Examples: In Literature and Real Life

20 Irony Examples: In Literature and Real Life

Irony is a rhetorical device in which what happens is the opposite of what is expected. The four types are dramatic irony, situational irony, verbal irony and Socratic irony. Check out these definitions and irony examples so that you can use it with confidence in your writing.

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Best Mystery Books of All Time: Top 25 Novels

Best Mystery Books of All Time: Top 25 Novels

Mystery. Suspense. Who doesn’t love a good brain twister, especially when you don’t find out until the end whodunnit? There are some big names on the list, but others might surprise you.

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Forgo vs. Forego: What's the Difference?

Forgo vs. Forego: What's the Difference?

Forgo means to do without something pleasant and forego means to go before. To differentiate the two words, look at the prefix -fore which means situated or placed in front.

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Which vs. That: When to Use Each

Which vs. That: When to Use Each

"Which" should be used when introducing a non-defining clause. "That" should be used when introducing a defining clause. Learn how to identify each situation in your writing.

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Shore Scripts: A History of the Short Film Fund

Shore Scripts: A History of the Short Film Fund

Justine Owens, Shore Scripts' Director of Contests, discusses the Short Film Fund and the successes it has had in helping screenwriters break into the industry.

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ProWritingAid Is Supporting Close the Gap Foundation in 2022

ProWritingAid Is Supporting Close the Gap Foundation in 2022

ProWritingAid is supporting Close the Gap Foundation in 2022. This article contains all the information you need on their work and how to get involved.

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Quite: Definition and Meaning

Quite: Definition and Meaning

This article covers the five definitions of "quite," which include "to a fair extent" and "very."

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How to Write the Perfect Apology Letter

How to Write the Perfect Apology Letter

Writing an apology letter shows that you recognize your mistake and allows you to ask for forgiveness. But how do you do it? We will break down how to write an effective apology letter in this article.

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Opossum vs Possum: What's the Difference?

Opossum vs Possum: What's the Difference?

Possums and opossums have very similar names but are actually different animals. Find out how to tell them apart, and how they came to share such similar names in this article.

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What's the Difference Between Led and Lead?

What's the Difference Between Led and Lead?

What's the difference between lead vs. led? Learn how to use each word correctly in your writing.

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What Writing is Like at University

What Writing is Like at University

Writing at university can be intimidating. But it doesn't have to be! In this post, we take a look at what you should expect when writing during your time at university.

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