On my write your own website course, we use this template as a starting point for longer-form writing, say blogs, case studies and even newsletters,
I don’t often audit the content production I get through in a week, so this was quite an eye opener.
There are five good reasons for using the passive, aside from those, using the active is by far the more preferable […]
I’ve just read this rather entertaining piece in the Guardian about Comic Sans, the eternally hated font, and it got […]
In one of the writing courses, we’ve been dealing with email of complaint, a skill B2-level writers should be able […]
Would you look at that! Time for a bit of shameless trumpeting, I reckon. I had an e-mail this afternoon […]
Across the internet, there is a range of spellings for e-mail, but I will argue, till I’m blue in the face, that it must be spelled with a hyphen: e-mail.
Follow my ever-evolving writing style, as I work on my master’s in professional writing, through the articles I write for my clients: CleanerLondon, Lakeside-Hire and ClearCut Web Design.
Back in the day, the internet wasn’t considered a proper noun, so wasn’t capitalised.
From the Acting Director of the International Press Institute: [pullquote_left] Lucy is a great writer and a joy to work […]