The 80 Best Tools for Writers in 2016

Posted 26 Apr 2016, by

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The  days of a writer hunched over her desk with pen and paper are long gone. Today’s writers can not only write with greater ease than ever before, but they also have an array of tools to help them with the entire process, from generating ideas to designing ...Read More

The 120 Most Helpful Websites For Writers in 2016

Posted 19 Mar 2016, by

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Breaking into the world of writing can be a tough business. Whether you are building your freelance writing career or working on a novel, there are thousands of websites that provide resources for writers. But how do you know which ones are excellent and aren’t worth your while? To solve this ...Read More

2015 Scholarship Winner

Posted 14 Feb 2016, by

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Global English Editing would like to congratulate Keri Strand for winning the 2015 A Better America Scholarship Program. She has been awarded $1000 to help her achieve her goal of making young Americans at school healthier. This is her entry. How I intend to change America As an Exercise Physiology and ...Read More

The 100 Most Helpful Websites for Students in 2016

Posted 25 Jan 2016, by

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The Internet is full of resources for college students. However, the problem lies in which material is valuable and which isn’t. If you’re heading off to university or already studying, you don’t have time to surf the net in the hope of stumbling upon valuable websites (college life is ...Read More

7 Head-Scratching Curiosities of the English Language [Infographic]

Posted 22 Dec 2015, by

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Navigating the English language can be a bit like trying to tame a wild bull. Just when you think you’ve wrangled it into submission, you’re thrown in the mud and treated to a kick in the head. It’s a language filled with contradictory grammatical rules, seemingly senseless common ...Read More

8 Reasons Why Editors Are The Hottest Date in Town [Infographic]

Posted 06 Nov 2015, by

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1. Editors are smart They may not be able to cure a disease but they’re all over the English language. According to the Global Language Monitor there are approximately 1,025,109.8 words in the English language. Just think, your editor date probably knows most of them, can pronounce them properly, ...Read More