This is a desktop wallpaper or screensaver you can use as a calendar for October 2016.
I’ve heard repeated arguments that you should avoid using any other word than “said” for when a character speaks.
This is a booklet designed for ring-bound planners like the personal-sized Filofax or medium-sized Kikki K.
When I first started researching subscription boxes for cats, it was actually for my American friend. Since I’m British, it seemed weird to write a blog post that wasn’t aimed at other Brits — but it also seemed like a waste of a good list to not write a counterpart to my UK Subscription Boxes.
This is a motivational wallpaper for your phone or tablet.
When I first started using Liquid Story Binder XE, I used a very simple file structure: I saved dossiers by character name and builders by draft number.
The larger my Guardians binder grew, though, the more difficult it got to wade through all the files in search of the one I needed. I could never remember if I’d saved “Itor Verka” by her full name or just by “Verka” — or even by her old name, Burga — and how could I tell a species apart from a location just at a glance?
This is a desktop wallpaper or screensaver you can use as a calendar for September 2016.
Having trouble deciding what to buy the chronically ill or disabled person in your life?
Here’s Part One of 101 gift ideas.
Have you ever heard about that phenomenom where you can swap all the ltetrs in a wrod and still be able to read it properly, as long as the first and last letters are correct.
How many versions of Benedict Cumberbatch have you seen and giggled at? (One of my favourites involved cucumbers.)
How many times have you proofread an essay (back when they were handwritten, at least), only to get pulled up by your teacher on typos anyway? (And even now that our computers do most of the spell checking for us, Microsoft Word still doesn’t know which witch is which.)
I’ll bet all of these sound familiar to you, so here are five ways to catch mistakes in your writing before they kill your reputation.