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Can you guess which celebrities made these Twitter typos?

You don’t have to look far to find examples of typos or grammar errors in tweets posted by celebrities. Of course, everyone makes mistakes sometimes, and in certain cases, a mistake may be as innocent as an autocorrect fail. 550 more words

Editing

Call-out for beta readers and book reviewers

Just seeing if anyone is interested in reading the book I’m working on called To and From: Mother.

It’s a tribute to motherhood to celebrate and honour them. 202 more words

Writing

Everyday or Every Day?

One of the most common mistakes I see in my students’ (and many other people’s) writing, is confusion as to the use of “every day” and “everyday.” 241 more words

Part 5: Post your first blog entry

Because of testing tomorrow on our normal Tuesday post day, I will accept your entries either Monday or Wednesday. Remember, your second one is due Thursday (no exceptions), so plan accordingly. 76 more words

Instructions

Why On Earth Would You Need A Proofreader?

There are many reasons for needing a proofreader, all of which boil down to wanting or needing to produce a polished, more professional product.

  • You no longer have to worry about your spelling, grammar or punctuation…
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Check Grammar

Grammarly Premium Membership free for a week!

Grammarly is well known as a writing enhancement platform, which I believe is one of the most revolutionary application in the 21st century. Grammarly’s abilities to proofread and deal with plagiarism-detection makes the application a unique method to assure that your essays, emails, and even social media posts are adherent to more than 250 grammar rules. 83 more words

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