Have you ever made any of these 10 grammatical errors before? No worries! Here's how to fix them.
Parallelism is an excellent tool at every writer's disposal. Here's an in-depth look.
The correct use of adverbs can make your prose shine. Learn how to decide which adverbs to keep and which to eliminate.
If you’ve been copying and pasting your email or social media content into ProWritingAid’s online editor, that’s wonderful… but there’s an easier way. You should be using ProWritingAid’s Chrome extension.
We’re taught how to address each other using proper pronouns and articles. But what about corporations? Are they people, requiring a more personal **you** or **they**? Or are they faceless entities, requiring an impersonal **it**?
Do you really need to use "he said" and "she said" after every bit of dialogue? Actually, no. You have other options like not using a dialogue tag at all, or showing who’s talking by action outside dialogue. We examine the options in this article.
If you’re like me, you love learning about literary devices and how to use them. I was in a literary forum recently where someone posted, "What’s the difference between Anastrophe and Hyperbaton?" Frankly, I had to look them up. If you're like me, this article is for you.
An editing tool checks for writing issues that go far beyond mere grammar problems.
This practical guide contains 20 important writing tips and techniques from a wide range of professional writers. Some focus on the minutia of specific word selection; others focus on the more complex ideas like finding the right metaphor, policing your work for Purple Prose, or figuring out when it’s time to send it off to potential publishers.