Hello people! I am using a new bit of software and I can't recommend it enough. Pro writing aid will help you with your entire writing project. Grammarly is well and good but this is even better in helping you instantly correct every mistake in both grammar and style. And the best bit about it? [...]
I mention this TED Talk to somebody earlier in the week, so I thought I would share it with everybody. I definitely have the procrastinator monkey so I keep trying to push myself through projects like NaNoWriMo. Anyway, I hope you all enjoy this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arj7oStGLkU
I have just (thanks to my writing group) have discovered a great checker for both grammar and sentence structure. In fact, it will tell you just about everything and I believe it is better than Grammarly which I was using before. Just give the free version a try to see how you get on. I don't [...]
In the meantime, here is a video featuring writing advice from a channel I subscribe to. Enjoy 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGExAtlHdCU
I can relate to most of these points, especially getting annoyed when people want to spend time with you… And the whole leaving the house thing! I must say though, I hate coffee… A relationship with the stuff is absolutely unthinkable for me.
Here is a handy little list of words I will be having a look at within my work in progress… Though I am starting to believe I am going to be deleting all of it by taking out these words! Does anybody have any other suggestions for words (or things) to remove? When you’re revising [...]
This is so true 🙂 You need to prepare for NaNoWriMo, even if you're not the one writing. Source: The Stages Of National Novel Writing Month
Okay, my friend posted earlier about the word target tool in Scrivener. Unfortunately you are unable to add that deadline in the Windows version of the program. Because of this I have had to find an alternative method for me to be able to keep track of my writing. Using the endless powers of Internet [...]