1. I agree with Tim. I feel that it would be a great benefit to have the ten mistakes that writers make and how to avoid them. Another idea would be to discuss a basic overview of most common grammatical errors.

    Thanks for providing these posts. I am always looking for ways to improve my writing.

  2. When to use a “-” or “:” for emphasis. Which is better – a couple of simple sentences or a long compound one…

  3. How about common misspellings?

    For instance, people use “your” in place of “you’re” all the time and it drives me batty.

    You might also inform everyone of the AP Styleguide, a book that comes out yearly with the Associated Press’ requirements for grammar, style, etc. It is a wealth of info and helps quite a lot.

  4. I would love to see something along the lines of ten things writers should never do and maybe ten things that good writers do well,followed perhaps by a brief blurb about why such things are important.

    BTW – Thanks for the follow on Twitter. You seem to have a wealth of information. I look forward to learning from you.


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