Are you excited and ready to start writing your booklet manuscript but you’re worried that your grammar is a little rusty? Here are five websites that can help you polish up your grammar fast!
1) Thesaurus.com – I use this website constantly. It is absolutely invaluable when you need to find an alternative word.
2) Interactive Quizzes – Instead of spending time on Facebook or surfing the net, you could become a grammar pro! This is a fun site that will test what you know and teach you what you don’t. A little time spent here each day will have your grammar ship-shape in no time!
3) Harper’s Online Writing Lab – This website is uncluttered, to the point and easy to use. It covers all the basics.
4) Eleven Rules Of Writing – A quick review of these eleven rules will have you writing like a pro faster than you can say eleven rules of writing!
5) GMAT Sample Test – Want to know how good your grammar really is? Got a little time to kill? Take this 45 minute test (it’s timed!) and find out! A fun way to discover what you know and what you don’t!
To your riches!
PS: Once you’re polished up your grammar skills and you’re ready to begin writing that manuscript, click here!
PPS: Don’t forget to click on one of the links at the top right of this page to subscribe so you never miss a single, important post! Remember, it only takes ONE idea to start the riches flowing to you!