The Queen’s Best Speeches: Learning from Royal Rhetoric

The Queen’s Best Speeches: Learning from Royal Rhetoric

Her Majesty’s legacy included some powerful royal rhetoric. Here’s what writers can learn from the Queen’s best speeches.

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How Many Sentences Should There Be in a Paragraph?

How Many Sentences Should There Be in a Paragraph?

How many sentences should your paragraph have? Different types of writing have different requirements. In this article, we explain how may sentences a paragraph should have depending on what you're writing.

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Complex Sentence: Definition, Explanation, Types And Examples

Complex Sentence: Definition, Explanation, Types And Examples

Understanding how to create and use complex sentences adds sentence variety and sophistication to your work.

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5-Letter Words With No Vowels: Our Full List

5-Letter Words With No Vowels: Our Full List

Can you think of many words without vowels? Check out our ultimate list of 5-letter words with no vowels.

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How to Structure Your Non-Fiction Book

How to Structure Your Non-Fiction Book

Thinking of writing non-fiction? Follow these seven structural steps for a book that will engage readers, lead them to success, and drive sales.

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8 Rules for Writing Non-Fiction Books (and Reasons To Become a Non-Fiction Author)

8 Rules for Writing Non-Fiction Books (and Reasons To Become a Non-Fiction Author)

Here are eight reasons you should consider writing nonfiction. Did you know people buy more nonfiction than fiction books?

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Vivid Verbs: How to Use Them (With Examples)

Vivid Verbs: How to Use Them (With Examples)

What are vivid verbs? Here's what you need to know about choosing the best verbs in your writing.

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Poetic Devices: Complete Guide and Examples

Poetic Devices: Complete Guide and Examples

What's a poetic device? A poetic device is a form of literary device used in poetry. Poetic devices use grammar, rhythm, structure, and more to convey meaning. Learn how to use them effectively now.

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How to Use ProWritingAid's Sticky Sentences Report

How to Use ProWritingAid's Sticky Sentences Report

A sticky sentence is one that is full of glue words. Glue words are the empty space that readers need to get through before they can get to your ideas. If your sentences contain more than 45% glue words, they should probably be re-written to increase clarity. Here's how and why.

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How to use ProWritingAid's Style Report

How to use ProWritingAid's Style Report

The Style Report is one of the most popular and comprehensive reports that ProWritingAid offers. It highlights several areas of writing that should be revised to improve readability, including passive voice, overuse of adverbs, hidden verbs, overused words, clunky phrasing, repeated sentence starts, and more.

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How to Write Poetry: A Beginner's Guide to Poetry

How to Write Poetry: A Beginner's Guide to Poetry

Have you wanted to try your hand at writing poetry but worried about where to start? In this article, we outline five tips that will get you up and running, even if you've never written poems before.

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Logical Fallacies: Definition and Examples

Logical Fallacies: Definition and Examples

Logical fallacies can damage your credibility as a writer and mislead your audience. Learn to recognize these common logical fallacies so you can avoid using them in your writing.

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10 Writing Quirks to Avoid With Jenna Moreci

10 Writing Quirks to Avoid With Jenna Moreci

Author and writing guru Jenna Moreci explains the top 10 most common writing quirks and how to fix them in her latest video. Here's how you can use ProWritingAid to find and fix these writing mistakes.

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Writing Stories with Many Characters: How to Do It

Writing Stories with Many Characters: How to Do It

Writing a story with a huge cast? Here are some tips on managing all those characters, and the plotlines they inevitably create.

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ProWritingAid's Featured Writers for 2021

ProWritingAid's Featured Writers for 2021

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.

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