If you want to learn how to write a romance novel, you’re in the right place. In this ultimate guide, you’ll learn about sub-genres, plotting, characters, and more. We’re with you all the way, from meet cute to happily ever after.
Should your writing include a comma after the phrase "thank you"? We break down the rules and give examples in this post.
Looking for a synonym for the word “emphasize”? Some examples include highlight, stress, and accent. Learn how to use emphasize in a sentence and see a full list of emphasize synonyms in this article.
Imperative sentences are sentences that give instructions, directions, or requests. In this article, we break down what imperative sentences are, explain how to use them, and give examples.
This month we look at The Novel Factory, a writing app that will appeal to all the planners out there. The app walks you through 16 highly-detailed steps that include defining your basic premise, setting out your plot points, fleshing out your characters, building your world, generating scenes, weaving your plot details together, and so much more. It even takes you through the submission process. What makes this program so incredibly useful is that you learn about the process of writing a novel as you go.
Is there a difference between the words supper and dinner? In this article we break down the two terms and when it's appropriate to use supper vs dinner.
Wondering how to introduce yourself in a business email? In this article, we break down the best ways to introduce yourself in an email, depending on who you're writing for and why you're writing. Find examples and explanations in this article.
Wondering how to fix a sentence that uses passive voice? In this article, we share examples of passive voice sentences and explain how to fix them, both by yourself and by using a grammar checker like ProWritingAid. Learn how to change passive voice into active voice and improve your writing.
In this article, author and book marketing expert Nick Stephenson breaks down some of the major tasks you’ll need your author website to perform and how it all fits together to help support your best book launch yet (even if you’re a complete technophobe).
There are all kinds of writers in the ProWritingAid community, all with very different writing styles. In this new series of blog posts, we’ll be featuring two ProWritingAid users each month to learn more about their writing processes and how ProWritingAid has helped them on their writing journey.
Jenna Moreci shows how she is using ProWritingAid to edit and how it helped her finish her book.
Fall in love with writing romance at ProWritingAid's FREE Romance Writers' Week.
Do you suffer from imposter syndrome when it comes to your writing? You're not alone! Many writers feel like they aren't good enough. In this article, we share tips for overcoming imposter syndrome as a writer.
Do you need to use a comma before or after the word "however"? We break down the rules and share examples in this post.
Should you use a comma before "such as"? We explain how to correctly punctuate a sentence using "such as" in this article.