By Ana Valenzuela What do books like Sara Gruen’s Water for Elephants, which was turned into a movie that starred Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson, Fangirl by bestselling young adult author Rainbow Rowell, and The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern have in common? … [Read more...] about Writing a Novel in a Month
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IF you were in management, how would you accept sharing financial information with the employees? If this sounds like suicide to you, then pardon my Japanese. But if you’ve an open mind and would like to understand a different view, then this piece is for you. Since time … [Read more...] about Open-book management: Using ‘transparency’ in a sentence
THIS intriguing grammar question was posted recently in Jose Carillo’s English Forum by member Miss Mae: “Sir, in the sentence below from an article in the Humanity in Action website, why is there no ‘had’ before the verb ‘developed’? … [Read more...] about What a sentence needs to take a true perfect tense
The most annoying word in the English language is "whatever" In fact, it has been the most annoying word since last eight years, according to a newly released poll by the Marist Institute for Public Opinion. Poll results say that "whatever" irritates 38% of Americans, and is … [Read more...] about What’s The Most Annoying Word In The English Language?
There’s nothing more embarrassing than having someone point out a writing mistake and realizing you’ve been making it everyday. I mean, it’s probably effected your professional relationships for awhile. So take my advise – have someone proofread your … [Read more...] about Here are the most commonly confused words in the English language, according to Microsoft