Checklists and Tip Sheets | One Stop For Writers

Our checklists and tip sheets can help broaden your understanding of how to create tension and conflict, deepen characterization, master the pace, and plot compelling novels. — Read on onestopforwriters.com/image_tips Thank you, thank you. What more can be said to One Stop Writers for such pearls. May we all benefit. Glennis

12 Email Acronyms You Should Know, With Definitions | Grammarly

We use acronyms in emails every day. From P.S. to Ms. to ASAP, it’s tough to keep straight. Here’s a list of twelve email acronyms and their meanings. — Read on http://www.grammarly.com/blog/email-acronyms/

How To Break Bad Habits in Your Writing | Grammarly

Writing well is hard work. But getting rid of a few bad habits can make it easier—and help your prose shine. If you want to improve, it won’t happen by accident. Luckily, science can help. Here’s how to break bad habits in your writing. — Read on http://www.grammarly.com/blog/writing-bad-habits/

How to Use Subtext in Your Writing – The Write Practice

Plot is a twisting bridge over a chasm, says Baxter, a chasm that, in my mind, contains the hauntings, the past, the subterranean, the things people either cannot or will not say, things that we are only partially aware of. — Read on thewritepractice.com/how-to-use-subtext-in-your-writing/

How to Crisp Up Your Writing–Revision Tools for Wordsmithing

Once again I am reblogging one of Mary Carroll Moores’s writing tips.  For over a year she has reminded me or taught me a lot  about writing. Mary and the AutoCrit Programme have been my teachers in the writing of The Fortune Seekers.  Today’s article is on crisp writing – something quite new to meContinue reading “How to Crisp Up Your Writing–Revision Tools for Wordsmithing”