When I glance over my blog posts and other types of content I've written during the past six years, I can't help but marvel at how much my vocabulary has improved with time. Like every writer, I once struggled to write coherently. And it was frustrating because each time I had an idea I badly… Continue reading How I Developed My Written Vocabulary
Writing any type of content (a novel, academic essay, blog post, etc) requires a great deal of concentration and discipline. In fact, when you're writing, the slightest distraction or inconvenience can adversely affect your productivity and workflow. So it's no wonder that the writing medium you use is very important, especially when you consider that… Continue reading Writing on Paper VS Writing Digitally — Which is More Productive?
Once upon a time, I was told that grammar shouldn't matter as long as you can communicate your ideas to your readers and they can understand you. After all, if your readers can understand what you're saying, they wouldn't mind you using poor grammar to share your thoughts, right? Maybe. Maybe not. I suppose it… Continue reading Why does grammar matter in your writing?
Riddle me this: I am something. If you dress me up fine and make me as attractive as ever, I would bring you all the blog readers that you desire. But if you dress me up terribly or pay no attention to my physical appearance, I just might steal from you the blog readers that… Continue reading 7 Simple Tips to Write Catchy Headlines That Will Attract More Readers
Every day, you brainstorm interesting topics to write about, and when you finally get one good idea, you spend a great deal of time writing your article. When you're done writing, you smile at the work of art you've created, then you quickly publish your masterpiece so that the rest of the world can join… Continue reading Five Grammar Tips Every Writer Should Know
Some say it's a myth, but whether or not that's true, it's no doubt something all writers face. You just can't escape it. You sit back in your chair, chewing your pen and staring at your notebook with an expression that's just as blank as the sheet in front of you. When you write something,… Continue reading How to Beat Writer’s Block: 5 Tips That Help
Adjectives are words that qualify a noun or a pronoun – we use them to describe people, animals, places or objects. As such, adjectives make our writing clearer and much easier to understand. However, articles filled with weak adjectives are regarded as weak writing because they fail to give readers much information about the nouns… Continue reading How Your Choice of Adjectives Make or Break Your Writing