When to Use You and Me vs. You and I

I and me may mean the same thing but add a you and we face an age-old issue of you and me versus you and I.  Which one to use and when to use it has had people confused for as long as anyone can remember. For those of us who have learned the correct usage and...

Stop Double Spacing Between Sentences

Should I double-space between my sentences? In short . . . NO! Writing sentences that take a reader to fabulous places in their minds; that are thought-provoking or inspirational or informative are hard enough. Now we have to make sure we space them correctly? Well,...

Bullet Points: When and How to Use Them in Your Writing

I have a Love/Hate Relationship with Bullet Points. There are many writers who For whatever reason believe That the bullet point is The perfect way to emphasize Everything they write And they use it frequently To the point of annoyance Get it? Now there is a time and...

Can I Edit My Book Myself?

It would be easy to just write, “No,” and then stop there. Because that’s the answer. But I suppose some explanation would help with understanding why it isn’t a good idea to ignore this recommendation and do it anyway. So, let’s dive in. A Writer is Too Close to the...

What I Learned Helping My Child Write a Book

So many people have been asking about my 10-year-old’s book-writing journey that I decided to write a whole blog post about it. If you have a young person in your life who dreams of becoming a published author, this post will be helpful for you!

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