Sometimes proofreading becomes monotonous and punctuation fades to the back of the mind as this necessary but boring part of writing. But punctuation is more versatile and artistic than we often realize. To give credit where credit is due, we’ve devised a fun punctuating exercise to showcase how punctuation impacts style and voice in writing. [Read more…]
The wait is over! We have finalized our style guide and it is ready for the world (or, at least for our wonderful writing community).
This article was written by one of our writers. The author’s views are entirely their own and may not reflect the views of WritersDomain.
I wanted to be a writer when I was a kid. My dream was to major in English or journalism, pen beloved books, and someday see my picture in a high school literature textbook. But life got in the way, and my dream faded.
Then, thanks to the internet and a little thing called SEO, I found my way back to writing in mid-life. I’d long forgotten complicated grammar rules, and it didn’t help that many clients wanted bizarrely written articles. If you’ve been writing a few years, you probably remember the old SEO style of stuffing articles full of grammatically incorrect keywords. Thankfully, all that changed, but that meant I had to step up my game. Although I’m still far from perfect, I’ll share a few tricks that improved my writing, and maybe they will help you too. [Read more…]