Category Archive for: ‘Writing Coach Must Reads’

Myth Buster: Never End a Sentence with a Preposition


  I was threatened much in my youth about ending sentences with prepositions. I was told by English teachers that …

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An Apology to Writing Coaches


I had the great idea about doing a video encouraging all WriteAtHome writing coaches to get involved with our social media platforms — primarily this blog, but also our Facebook page, Twitter account, YouTube channel, and Pinterest boards. I sent it out, then almost immediately began a four-week trip that made it impossible for me to keep up with any of it.

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Myth Buster: Replace Fragments with Complete Sentences


“Always write in complete sentences,” is an axiom proclaimed by most English teachers, and they are diligent to point out …

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Wikipedia Infographic: Is It Time To Embrace Online Encyclopedias?


Should WriteAtHome, and schools in general, encourage the use of Wikipedia for research?

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