Archives: Writing

The Fear of Punctuation

If you have a sentence followed by a list, do you use a semicolon or a colon? The answer: That depends…Did you introduce the list with an introductory word such as such as? Did you have a complete sentence before you began the list? Is your list part of your sentence or did you indent • Read More »


Reassessing President Obama In Office

After Obama was re-elected our Think Tank looked at his popularity and his record as president, it wasn’t very good. ObamaCare turned out to not be working, the Middle East was worse than it had ever been, and the country had falling into a victimhood mentality. President Obama went around the world apologizing for America • Read More »






How Do You Write Fiction

Everyone can start writing a story, but everyone cannot start writing wonderful fiction. Fiction is a type of story that is not based on real people or event, but it may give reference of true events. It comes out of the writer’s imagination. Here are a few tips that you must follow to create a • Read More »



Easy Reading: Does Your Writing Need Clarity

“It isn’t wordy. It’s technical.” This was the retort I got recently from a writer after editing his technical article. His article was technically solid, but for our audience I needed something with clear explanations for those who weren’t as educated as he was. Sooner or later, and for one reason or another, all of • Read More »


Writing Humor

A major part of the problem with writing humor is that humor is very subjective; what one reader sees as hilarious, another will view as stupid. Thus, no matter how good a humor writer you are, you always have the disadvantage that many readers will think your stuff is dumb. While this caveat applies to • Read More »