Why do people read?

One of the first principles new authors are taught is to know your audience. Who are you writing for? To bring this point home, ask yourself why you read, whether it’s a blog post, an article in a newspaper or magazine, a novel, or a non-fiction book. Share This:

Toward Less Boring Linking-Words

So, you’ve done a lot of research, and now it’s time to start writing, or you’ve written your piece and it’s time to read it through for a first self-edit. When you’ve written down your thoughts, they may appear on paper as you speak in everyday conversation. Share This:

Textual Ambiguity

Ambiguity is a word, phrase, or statement that contains more than one meaning. Ambiguous words or statements lead to vagueness and confusion, and shape the basis for instances of unintentional humor. Share This: