It’s difficult to teach while you’re still learning, but sometimes we don’t have a choice. Here are the highlights from a recent #EditorTherapy chat on Coaching Writers.
Just when you think you know the AP Stylebook, they change it. The AP announced changes today for the 2016 Stylebook, including that Internet and Web no longer will be capitalized.
Email is an important form of communication, but the amount of email we receive makes it difficult to give every message our full attention. This post will help you write emails that attract attention and are easily read, making your message more effective.
A list of my nine favorite non-fiction books of 2015. What’s on your list?
It’s time for reflection on 2015 while planning for the upcoming year. Here are the five posts read most frequently in 2015.
Lightning and lightening might sound similar, but they are not the same. This post outlines the difference, so you can go forth and use words correctly.
I don’t always automatically know the answers to my students’ grammar questions. I had to look up whether freshman class or freshmen class was correct. Here’s the answer for you.
Accept and except sound alike, but their meanings are opposite. This post will teach you how to use them correctly.