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.
Is your cover letter representing you as well as it could? Learn how to write a cover letter that tells your story in a way that companies will love!
Editing is integral to good writing. A good self-edit can take your book from good to great, so it's really worth doing. If you're wondering how to make the editing process go as smoothly as possible, you won't want to miss this episode of The Rebel Author Podcast with ProWritingAid!
The human brain is wired for stories, particularly personal narratives. This article discusses what your personal narrative is and how to write it, as well as looking at distinguished examples.
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.
We’re the subject of our own lives. Instead of just getting by day to day, journaling allows us to explore our experiences and ourselves. Writing about what we know gives us the opportunity to grow as a person and as a writer. Here are some ideas to get you started.
Is your cover letter stopping employers from getting back to you? Learn how to write a cover letter that companies will love by following these top tips!
There's a reason 'The Greats' are so great. Here are five traits all great writers share, and how you can adopt them in your own writing.
Remember sitting down with a notebook as a kid and just making up stories? What happened to that? You can capture that fun once again, and rediscover the fire inside you that made you a writer in the first place.
With so much content out there today, it's hard to catch people's attention. The key to increasing engagement? Get personal. It's your one true advantage.
You can forget what you were taught in school – it is okay to start a sentence with "and" or "but" after all. Here's why.
Paragraphs are the building blocks of your writing. But how do you know when to start and stop a paragraph? We've got the answers to effective paragraph structure.
Can creativity be as simple as picking up a pen? Absolutely. The act of freewriting unlocks superpowers that you didn't know you had. Here's how.
What's the longest word in English? What about the oldest word? Find out some fun facts about words.
Writing critique groups are invaluable to the writing process, but they can seem intimidating. Find out everything you ever wanted to know about critique groups.