“Write Like You Talk,” and Other Tips That Work for Proposal Development

I spend hours every week writing – proposals, emails and the occasional short story on Facebook. Over the years I’ve picked up on a few things that seem to be well-received by the general public, though some might offend the more proper among us. Write Like You Talk: When it comes to communication, I’m all… Read More

Grammar Tips and Tricks: Great Writing Can Go a Long Way

I graduated in May with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. I had learned everything from a subordinating conjunction to future perfect progressive tense (that’s a real thing). Even though I learned the Associated Press Stylebook beginning to end, that doesn’t mean I never make a grammar or punctuation errors. You might even find one in… Read More