Monthly Archives: June 2011

Grammar Bite: Agreeing Pronouns

Three principles to pronoun-antecedent agreement. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Words About Words

An odd collection of words about words. Continue reading

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Iceberg Ahead!: Understanding The Writing Process, Part 2

he writing process doesn’t start with writing; it starts with an idea. Find out how to take that idea all the way to publication. Part two of a series. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Advertising New Words

Why learn marketing terms? So you know when you’re being marketed to. Continue reading

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Iceberg Ahead! Understanding the Writing Process, Part 1

The writing process doesn’t start with writing; it starts with an idea. Find out how to take that idea all the way to publication. Part one of a series. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Spit-shine Your Vocabulary

Back from R&R? Grab a cup of joe and check out these words. Continue reading

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Punctuation Point: Defending the Em Dash

If you don’t know how to use this piece of punctuation, now’s the time to learn. Continue reading

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Vocab Builder: Return to Dogtown

Do you get lost in a labyrinth of words? Here’s a legend to help you out. Continue reading

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