Category: Mull’s Musings
Ever wonder of the origins of the Nobel Prize? Wonder no more…
Infographic Credit: David Villalva
Despite the fantastic progress of Our Write Side, it may surprise you to know we have a great deal of procrastinators in our midst. Of course, some of us will say we simply enjoy the pressure of a looming deadline but procrastination is procrastination. Will get into that more, later. For now, let us know,
Everyone has a grammar pet peeve. They’re, their. Your, you’re. You’ve probably corrected someone at some point, or *gasp* someone has corrected you. How many from this list are you guilty of?
There are many lessons to be learned from history and from those who trailblazed it. Acclaimed poet and writer Sylvia Plath was known for advancing the genre of confessional poetry. The infograph below shows there is so much more to be learned from her. I took a deep breath and listened to the old bray of
Some people call them writing mistakes, others call them pet peeves. Regardless of how you lable them they are common and annoying. Here are ten of the most common writing mistakes and some simple hints to help you avoid them. Original source: Sark e Media