Using imagery in your writing can add so much! This Hub provides definitions and examples of various literary devices designed to "grab the reader by the senses".
Expert tips writing college essays, term papers and research reports. Important guidelines from a university instructor and published writer.
There are many writing styles in English Literature. This is a brief overview of the MLA, APA, AAA, and ASA styles of writing with some helpful sites and books.
Writing tips for those who want to find their style, grab the reader, vary their delivery & entertain. General advice and ideas for description, as well as getting rid of that awful word 'nice' by using far better alternatives. Take a journey & maybe take up the challenge!
We get writer's block, otherwise known as white page syndrome, blank canvas terror, or frozen brain, from time to time. Here's an easy writing exercise based on particle, wave, field theory to help you overcome writer's block.
Learn how to write a bio with an in-depth look at what kind of bio you should use and where to use it.
Books have to start somewhere. The draft copy is sometimes the hardest thing to write because it is the condensed version of the planned story, from beginning to end.
Clichés can take away from the impression you hope to make, leaving your readers with a feeling of “been there, done that, got the t-shirt." Use this list of descriptors to replace cliches with more unique wording.
Learn how to format online sources for your References page based on the 6th edition of APA style (the latest edition). APA style makes it relatively easy for you to attribute sources in your paper, giving your readers a clear understanding of who the original source is. The rules of APA style also...
Punctuation matters, yet it is often neglected or tossed aside with a "who cares?" attitude.