Friday, February 27, 2009

Effective Writing

Today's writing tips are for new writers searching for information. These include high school and college students preparing essays or reports, or simply those whose writing skills have become rusty. Tutors searching for additional information to pass on to their students might also find it useful. And, anyone whose native language is not English can use it as a handy guide.

Veteran writers and authors will find this of little use, unless they are mentoring writing students and are searching for additional sources.

Today's writing tips are from GrammarBook.com by Jane Straus. You will find guidance for using concrete rather than vague language, active versus passive voice, overusing specific words and phrases, and how to avoid sentence fragments.

READ MORE...

Good Luck with your writing.

Enjoy!

1 comment:

Kay said...

You are so wonderful about trying to help everyone with their writing, Leona! You were meant to be a teacher.