It happens. Nobody aims to write their assignment on the last day, and yet it happens. Some of us find we can only work well under the pressure of an immediate deadline, and succumb to procrastination up to that point.
It’s become common to see poor grammar and typos in all sorts of documents. From newspapers to national budgets, CVs to blog posts and even books. A side note: here’s an entertaining and fun discussion on Reddit on the difference in using “the shit” to mean something awesome and “is shit” to mean it sucks!
Do you believe your technical writing skills have room for improvement? Read on to learn how to improve your technical writing skills. Technical writing is a term with a couple of meanings. First, there is the profession; a technical writer is someone who translates complex information into writing that anyone can understand.
Today I invited Dave – a freelancer who writes for me regularly – and I asked him to share his top 7 ways to make money writing in 2019. Let me know what you think of his writing, his tips and if you found them helpful. As always, my goal is to continually inspire you to […]
Thinking about starting a blog, writing a story, or a book? Here’s a list of creative and practical ways to help improve your writing skills.