In this webinar replay, developmental editor Rachelle Ramirez teaches you the basics of the Horror Genre so you can provoke terror and a sense of dread within your readers.
Great writers also tend to be great readers. Reading intentionally, rewriting what you read, and analyzing structure are just a few ways you can use your reading to support your writing. In this article, we look at some reading exercises you can use to develop your own writing style.
You know those bite-size candy bars you get for Halloween? Flash fiction is similar; tiny, but still tasty. In this article, we’re going to explore flash fiction and what makes it so fun. Here's what it is, why it's awesome, and how to write it.
ProWritingAid's Grammar Check is like the spelling and grammar checkers in a word processor, but with superpowers. As well as highlighting misspelled words and missing punctuation, it also looks at the construction of the sentence to make sure that the structure, style, and tense are correct. Find out everything you need to know about the Grammar Check here.
Learn how to make every in your manuscript word count during the revision process. Author Stacia Fleegal shows you the four questions to ask yourself to make sure you're choosing the right words, every time.
Stand-up comedy is a great American institution – and you may not realize it, but it's also a great source of expert storytellers. Let's take a look at a few of the best comedians of all time and how they can make you a better writer.
Are you a grad thinking about submitting work to academic journals? It can be a daunting process if you're not used to it. On August 20, the ProWritingAid community joined Dr, Lindy Ledohowski as she gave practical tips for writing various sections of scholarly pieces, as well as first-hand guidance for the submission, revision, and publication process for most peer-reviewed journals. Watch the replay now.
The words you use in your content can strengthen or weaken your prose. In this article, we teach you how to boost the power of your content by eliminating non-words and weak phrases that take up space but dilute your statements.
Do you have a crack team of collage graduates who just can’t get their act together with writing? Don’t be surprised. Over 25% of college graduates lack good writing skills. An investment in their writing is an investment in your business. Follow these steps to manage writing coaching for employees.
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.
Thinking of writing non-fiction? Follow these seven structural steps for a book that will engage readers, lead them to success, and drive sales.
Are your instructors always criticising your introductions? Follow these four steps to write introductions that will hook your reader and set your essay up for success.
Whether you’ve been writing for years or you’re just starting out, coming up with fresh ideas never gets easier. Or does it? Learn how to come up with better book ideas every time with Joe Bunting from The Write Practice.
Writing a story with a huge cast? Here are some tips on managing all those characters, and the plotlines they inevitably create.
The Diction Report helps you avoid unnecessarily complicated writing by analyzing your word selection and sentence construction. Learn how to use it here.