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Respect. It’s a concept we need to internalize to bring our words of passion into words that can elevate the world rather than ones that tear it down. Let’s step it up a notch, people.

Respect. It’s a concept we need to internalize to bring our words of passion into words that can elevate the world rather than ones that tear it down. Let’s step it up a notch, people.
In this episode, Kris and Julie Valerie, founder of the 85K Writing Challenge, discuss building a collection of tools that assist with editing. Also in this episode, extensive discussion about editing for better dialogue.

Who says conversations about words have to be boring? Based on her book, Get a Grip on Your Grammar, Kris Spisak’s Grammartopia program is designed for student, professional, or creative writing audiences who want to elevate their writing skills and be entertained in the process.

Who says conversations about words have to be boring? Based on her book, Get a Grip on Your Grammar, Kris Spisak’s Grammartopia program is designed for student, professional, or creative writing audiences who want to elevate their writing skills and be entertained in the process.

 Writing Tips

Word choice matters. How you build your sentence with punctuation is about more than just decorating with ink squiggle confetti.
We owe it to ourselves and to everyone who sees our written words to get it right. All right?

(If you’ve noticed I’m missing a few numbers, no, it isn’t a problem with this writer’s counting ability. Many of my tips were pulled from my website, but never fear. You can find them in my writing tips source-book, Get a Grip on Your Grammar, which was published by Career Press in 2017.)

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Authors on Editing Interviews

In celebration of the publication of Get a Grip on your Grammar: 250 Writing and Editing Reminders for the Curious or Confused (Career Press, 2017), I launched a blog interview series with talented writers working across multiple genres and forms, from fiction to nonfiction to poetry to business writing to journalism and more. No matter what you write, you’ll learn a lot from their insights on their editing processes.

Why do we write?

There are so many answers to that question. In my opening address of the James River Writers Conference in 2010
in Richmond, Virginia, I had the chance to give mine.

What’s your answer? I’d love to hear all about it.

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