When National Novel Writing Month begins, hundreds of writers have their sights set upon a lofty goal of writing 50,000 words. All those glorious zeroes sparkle like stars and many writers are sure that they can do this. *record player scratches to a stop* Pffffft. Uh, no. 😂
Things I’ve Learned from NaNoWriMo: That Perfect Word
Have you ever had difficulty trying to find that *perfect* word? It's on the tip of your tongue, and you know what it means... but don't know what it is. I've been there too, believe me. Today we're going to talk about what you should do when you run across the problem of trying to find your perfect word.
When is Your Vocabulary “Too” Much?
I am officially back from my hiatus! I am still stuck in high school, and literally, time seems to have slowed down to a crawl ever since school begun just so it can personally torture me for as long as possible. (Love you too, time!) To kick off being back, I am questioning something that most writers think we should do: have a good vocabulary.
How to Improve Your Vocabulary
Recently I received an email requesting tips on improving vocabulary. I quickly threw myself into making a very helpful post on the subject! 😃 And guess what? This is the post I made a worksheet to go along with! Never Use There are some certain words that you should try to avoid if you can. … Continue reading How to Improve Your Vocabulary
Grammatical Errors You Need to Watch Out For
Hey there! A while ago, I got a request for a post on editing/grammatical stuff. So, I'm tackling that subject today! 😉 I am no grammar teacher, so instead, I'm going to talk about several things to look out for. Commas! The commas are so hard. I can't even get them right myself half … Continue reading Grammatical Errors You Need to Watch Out For