Sophie Kinsella has made a name for herself with her series of books that started off with “Confessions of a Shopaholic” and extended into a whole saga around Becky Bloomwood and her life. Kinsella’s style has become like a tried and trusted recipe - an easy, enjoyable read for a lazy summer afternoon on the … Continue reading Book Review: “My not so perfect life” by Sophie Kinsella
Have you ever read a piece of writing ,stumbled over a glaring error, only to wonder if the writer didn’t see that ,or perhaps , not even know about it? I’m sure many of us have come across writing that has errors in it - not one writer is perfect, and all make mistakes; but … Continue reading The Most common errors in Writing
Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com Many people probably think that proofreading is something that you can do quickly over a cup of coffee or while waiting for a plate of food in a restaurant. Unfortunately, it isn’t as easy as that. A good proofreader has a few characteristics that help them to be good … Continue reading The Qualities of a Proofreader
I guess with the advent with computers and the functionality of word processing applications like Word and others, lots of people may think there’s no need for real, human proofreaders anymore.That’s where they make a mistake, because even machines make mistakes and depending on the settings of the user, it may not pick up on … Continue reading Why a Proofreader?
Thanks for joining me! A wise person once said- a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step(Laozi) and this is my first little step in an unknown yet known journey. I have been writing free flow poetry for four years and have also done a few articles that got accepted by an … Continue reading The Journey Begins