Mr. Always Write, Writing

Mr. Always Write’s Monthly Writing Recap: December 2020

Looking to kick off 2021 the right way, I’m here to make good on my commitment to hold myself (and my writing) to an even higher level of accountability with a recap of all I did to end last year with success. What It All Means Every month, I’ll publish an article that complements my Read more about Mr. Always Write’s Monthly Writing Recap: December 2020[…]

Mr. Always Write, Writing Recap

How I Stay Motivated Using My Monthly Writing Recaps

I can’t take full credit for coming up with the concept of tracking writing progress, as it’s a tactic I’ve seen others use. However, I can say that what my approach has evolved into is uniquely mine. Writing Recaps, Explained As we look forward to 2021, with the opportunity upon us to emphatically leaving 2020 Read more about How I Stay Motivated Using My Monthly Writing Recaps[…]

Mr. Always Write, Typos

Typos Aren’t That Bad, Not Fixing Them Can Be

Stop making those simple typos and use the word you meant to, instead. Let’s take a look at some of the more common typos that are both easy to make and even easier to miss. I’ve included examples to illustrate these respective words in action as well, so it becomes more obvious why a certain Read more about Typos Aren’t That Bad, Not Fixing Them Can Be[…]

English, Phrases, Language

5 Phrases You Need to Stop Saying

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: English is an oddly complicated language.Β And with so much complexity throughout its endless number of word combinations, better known as phrases, that shouldn’t come as a surprise. It’s known to be a difficult language, with so many of its own rules contradicting themselves throughout countless phrases Read more about 5 Phrases You Need to Stop Saying[…]

Language, Punctuation, Grammar

Stop Using Excessive Exclamation Points (Now!)

If someone tells you that punctuation doesn’t really matter, or they try to play down its importance, please share this with them. Immediately! Did you catch that subtle point I just made or were you too caught up in wondering what you did to deserve being yelled at by someone you’ve probably never met before Read more about Stop Using Excessive Exclamation Points (Now!)[…]