If your spelling, grammar and punctuation let you down, then you need to learn or brush up on your skills.
tense about using tenses?
hyperventilating at hyphens?
eliptical about elipses?
in a coma about commas?
Even if you are an experienced writer, confident in your knowledge of grammar, the English language is constantly evolving and you could inadvertently be dating your work. Written especially for writers, this guide will bring you up to speed with the latest grammar rules and language trends.
|Author:||Rebecca Richmond & Claire Pickering|
|Publication Date:||4th April 2016|
We recognise the difficulties authors face - If you’re a first-time author, then only one thing distinguishes you from a professional author. It’s not talent. It’s not dedication. It’s simply that first-time writers will have difficulties in getting their manuscripts published.Find out more