Grammarly is the best all-around grammar and format checker there is. It checks over 250 different points about your grammar, including style, spelling, punctuation, grammar, and sentence structure. It even has plagarism detection!
Eliminate Errors:Instantly fix over 250 types of errors, most of which Microsoft Word® can’t find.
Become a Better Writer: Learn about your mistakes so that you can avoid them next time.
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Writing is a time consuming creative process to begin with, so why waste more of that time with formatting, planning, etc. Here are five of the tools many writers find to be invaluable. 1. Grammarly - Grammar Checker Grammarly is the best all-around grammar and format checker there is. It checks over 250 different points about your grammar, including style, spelling, punctuation, grammar, and sentence structure. It even has plagarism detection! They have a free Chrome extension that gives you feedback real-time, but you can also pay $29.95/mo to use their web-interface and use their full functionality. [...]
What’s the number one way people are turned off by an author? Poor grammar and lots of typos. Ok, not always, but generally when an author has a typo he/she immediately loses credibility. How many times have you pointed out a spelling mistake on a menu? We know We have. If you’ve ever had issues with grammar or vocabulary, you are not alone. The onslaught of spell-checking software and grammar-checking websites exist for a reason. But never fear! There are a ton of ways you can improve your grammar and vocabulary. Start by Defining Your “Issues” Getting [...]
Have you ever laughed at a typo you saw in the menu at your favorite restaurant? It may not have deterred you from the delicious "Chicken Farmesan," but it certainly caught your attention. Recently, several psychologists have researched why we easily notice these typos and sometimes get angry or annoyed with them, particularly in emails (such as this one). Through multiple experiments, researchers found that "readers rated the writers as less desirable if the emails included either typos or grammatical errors." In particular: People who scored high in conscientiousness or low on the “open-to-experience” trait were more bothered by the [...]
As you continue on your journey to better writing, you may begin to feel a bit lonely. Maybe you’ve been spending quite some time indoors honing your daily habit of writing or you just wished someone were there to keep pushing you. Never fear! The revolution of the Internet has brought writing communities that are just a click away where you can join thousands of other people on a similar journey. Why Join a Writing Community? They serve as a forum to interact with different people worldwide. These people have the same passion for writing as you do [...]
Literary legend Ernest Hemingway once said: “When I am working on a book or a story I write every morning as soon after first light is possible. There is no one to disturb you and it is cool or cold and you come to your work and warm as you write. You read what you have written and, as you always stop when you know what is going to happen next, you go on from there. Your write until you come to a place where you still have your juice and know what will happen next and you [...]
Welcome to our seven-day journey to better writing. Your journey begins with exercises to increase your creativeness and daily writing habits, followed by resources to improve your current writing, and ends with how to publish. Today we’ll discuss how you can become more focused and creative in order to prepare for a writing session. Reduce Your Stress Ever sit down to write and just end up starting blankly into space? Common as it is, writer’s block is not a pleasant thing, but the good news is that it’s easily rectified. Below are several ways you can calm your [...]