Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2012’

Words We Confuse That Spellcheckers Miss, Part H


Moving right along in this series on homophones — words that sound the same, but have different meanings and spellings. These are problematic for writers because, unless they know the difference, they can result in spelling errors that spellcheckers can’t catch. We’ve covered A through G. This post will quickly cover the H’s.

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Punctuate Titles Correctly!


For my lit students and students everywhere, here’s a short review of how to punctuate titles:

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Choosing Your Story-Telling Point of View


When writing narratives, one of the first and most important decisions you’ll make involves where you are going to locate the camera. In other words, you must decide the point of view from which you will tell your story.

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