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While there are certainly many more varieties of English, American English and British English are the two variations most commonly referenced and the two variants we will be looking at today. Generally, it is agreed that no one version is “correct” or “better”; however, there are a number of differences between the two. The three Read more about Key Differences Between British and American English[…]
A dangling modifier is a phrase or word that alters the meaning of another phrase or word. These include adjectives, adverbs, and other modifying phrases and clauses. When modifying a word or phrase, you have to be very careful because their meanings can be altered easily. One of the ways this can happen Read more about Ask the Editor #2: What is a Dangling Modifier?[…]
The following post is from our editor Paul W. Ryan’s author website. Should you wish to read the original, or check out his work, he can be found at paulwryanauthor.com Writing a great short story is hard. I’ve a great appreciation for a well-crafted short story. It is truly a realm where every single word counts. No Read more about 9 Quick Tips For Writing A Great Short Story[…]
The misuse of the words “affect” and “effect” is such an epidemic that some editors are considering assembling regional support groups to deal with the stress it is causing some of us. But while certain homophones can be rather tricky, deciding whether to use affect or effect isn’t as tough as you may think. First, Read more about Ask The Editor #1: Affect vs Effect[…]
The following post is from our editor Paul W. Ryan’s author website. Should you wish to read the original, or check out his work, he can be found at paulwryanauthor.com Should you worry about sensitive readers in your writing? The idea of ‘sensitivity readers’ has been around the web lately and something I felt was worth Read more about Should Writers Be Sensitive in Their Writing?[…]
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The following post is from our editor Paul W. Ryan’s author website. Should you wish to read the original, or check out his work, he can be found at paulwryanauthor.com ABC – Always Be Cruel (To Your Characters) You probably remember the classic line “Always Be Closing”. It was damn iconic. And if you haven’t Read more about ABC – Always Be Cruel (To Your Characters)[…]
The following post is from our editor Paul W. Ryan’s author website. Should you wish to read the original, or check out his work, he can be found at paulwryanauthor.com How Many Books Does the Average Person Read? William Gladstone once claimed 22,000 – can that be true? Back in 2009, a pensioner became Britain’s most avid Read more about How Many Books Does the Average Person Read?[…]