Learn the true cost of publishing on Amazon KDP. Here are some basic budget elements to consider to help you make your book a success.
Editing can be fun! Learn Darcy Pattison's tips for shrinking your manuscript to get the most out of your developmental editing experience.
There's a simple way to get your students enjoying editing their writing work. Look at these useful classroom examples for educators to use.
Top tips for all stages of the editing process. You'll learn how to get better feedback on your writing, stay in the right point of view, choose the right words, and more.
How does ProWritingAid stack up against online editing tool AutoCrit? We've carried out direct comparisons according to a number of criteria. Spoiler alert: ProWritingAid offers more levels of writing analysis than AutoCrit and costs less!
Ready to submit your work for publication or querying but unsure what your target audience might think? You need beta readers! Here's a complete guide to beta reading, from finding readers to final feedback.
Just getting started with Scrivener and feeling a bit overwhelmed? Read on for our guide to starting Scrivener from square one and using ProWritingAid to take your project to the next level.
This post will break down the three major steps of the editing process and help you discern what type of editing your book needs.
Catch ProWritingAid's Lisa Lepki is on the Publishing Power Podcast!
ProWritingAid's Grammar Report can make checking for spelling and grammar errors a breeze. Here's what you need to know about the Grammar Report tool.
There are a lot of great truths about writing you can find online – but here's the tough love you need from writers that have "made it".
At ProWritingAid, we’ve been working hard over the last few months to improve our MS Word add-in. We’re excited to announce that you can now try out the new features!
Revising and editing is an important part of English class, but it's often hard to teach in a fun way. Here are some engaging strategies for teaching revising and editing.
Peer editing is an effective way to get students improving their writing and reduces your workload. Use these simple tips to embed it in your teaching and promote independent learning.
Did you know there's one type of editing that can make your writing stand out the most? Editor and writing coach Gina Edwards describes where and how line editing fits in the editing and revision process, and why every writer should learn the skills to line-edit their own work.