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Writing the Right Words

Today we're talking about commonly misused words, specifically homophones! If you don't know what those are, keep reading! As a writing consultant and editor, I revise and provide feedback on my clients' professional documents and academic assignments (among other writing projects). For the past several months, I have seen an increase in the misuse of… Continue reading Writing the Right Words

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Writing in the Time of COVID-19

How many of you have been writing more during this quarantine? To be honest, I haven't been writing as much as I've wanted to. I did at the beginning, but a few weeks ago I sort of lost the motivation to write. Also, due to an increase in online learning, I’ve been pretty busy with… Continue reading Writing in the Time of COVID-19

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Overcoming Reading Slumps

Personally, reading slumps happen to me when I start reading a book that doesn't engross me completely, and I put off reading it because I dislike being bored. So, I end up not reading at all. I started reading Time After Time by Lisa Grunwald in July, and although the writing is beautiful and the… Continue reading Overcoming Reading Slumps

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Get Your Writing On!

It's back to school season, and every year I feel the blues of not being a student anymore. I'm one of those people who, if given the opportunity, would be a student for life. I think that's part of the reason why I love working with students so much. For those of you who don't… Continue reading Get Your Writing On!