The end of the year is here. How’d things go? I spent half of the year helping my eldest finish his college journey and the other working on Pulse of Light. I’ve learned so much about self-editing and using strong writing tools. Grammarly and ProWritingAid were a great help. After I take care of the timeline … Continue reading The End of the Year is Upon Us (Did You Accomplish Your Goals?)
Maybe too Ambitious? So, you know how I mentioned a few months ago that I have been trying to improve my drawing skills? Well…I was going through some older files and found several picture book stories I had written a long time ago. I reread my favorite ones and thought, “I wonder if I could … Continue reading Maybe too Ambitious?
Buying Grammarly was a wise purchase. There were so many mistakes found in my current WIP, even after my fantastic critique group had gone through it. Right now, Siri is reading each chapter, and I’m catching more issues—time and date conflicts, scientific believability, and inconsistencies. The list of things to fix is growing (haven’t even … Continue reading And the “Things to Fix” List Keeps Growing
Grammarly and ProWritingAid—Are they helpful? Yes, most of the time. I’ve recently purchased subscriptions to both editors. Both are free if used online but with limitations. Grammarly doesn’t show all errors unless you have a subscription. ProWritingAid only allows 500 words per session. They both offer great features to help improve writing skills. Features for … Continue reading Grammarly and ProWritingAid