The adverb is a contentious issue among writers. But, what advice should you follow to become a better writer?
On Valentine’s Day, you can surprise your loved one with a handwritten letter. Let some of history’s most celebrated writers inspire you.
The belief that the Inuit have dozens of different words for snow has become a widely known piece of linguistic trivia. But, where did this belief come from, and how close is it to the truth?
You’re bound to have plenty of questions about readability and how you can improve your content. We’ve rounded up the most commonly asked questions and we’re tackling them one by one.
Making these simple changes to your draft will make your reader feel as welcome as if you were getting coffee together.
The Spache formula is a readability measure which estimates an elementary reading grade level. Find out how it's calculated and how you can best use it.
The New Dale-Chall formula was created to analyse readability for fourth-graders and above. Find out where it came from and how you can best use it.
The ARI assesses the U.S. grade level required to read a piece of text. It is useful for technical writing. Find out how you can use it.
The SMOG Index is an influential and popular writing tool. But, where did it come from, and how can you best use it?
As we move toward the middle of December – already! – we’re thinking about festive children’s books we adore, from their stories to their wonderful illustrations. After all, children’s books are the most readable of all, and we’re all about encouraging children’s early learning.