Let’s face it, writing is hard and has been difficult since the beginning of time. Fortunately, with evolution and technological advancement came a by-product of tools and habits that ease the burden of an author. A few weeks ago, we’ve asked you all “What’s Your Favorite Writing Tool?” and got an overwhelming amount of responses
Thanks to everyone who shared, if you have any other great ideas, please feel free to share them in the comments here:
I swear by iPhone Notes. It’s such a tidy and useful little product, and its search function is great. …
From having an idea-generating system in your Moleskine notebook to Grammarly serving as your contributing editor, we all have our go-to writing tools. In “With Grammarly, I Write Good,” Lance Ulanoff describes incorporating this tool in his writing process. What apps, websites, browser extensions, bells, whistles, etc., have contributed to your success as a writer? What do you use alongside the Medium editor? Let us know what’s been working for you in the responses.
The Oxford comma. There may be no single stylistic choice that causes such a wide rift between those of us who work with language. It divides us — writers, editors, and grammarians. Or is it writers, editors and grammarians?
If you’re not a huge word nerd, there’s a chance you’re not familiar with this stuffy-sounding piece of punctuation, so first let’s define it. …
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