grammarly.com logo.jpgFind Your Writing Niche: Grammarly

Spell check and grammar check are dreams come true for writers. The little wiggly line that indicates an error saves authors, journalists, novelists──the entire writing community──hours of time so they can “create.” We writers know, however, there’s more than those lines to ensure a story is accurate. Enter www.grammarly.com.

This Web site boasts at checking 250 types of spelling, grammar and punctuation errors, enhancing vocabulary usage and suggesting citations. And it’s free, although it has upgrades for refining your words even more.

www.grammarly.com aims to eliminate illiteracy and supports literacy organizations including:

To make people aware of International Literacy Day, which was Sept. 8, grammarly.com has posted information that spells out the illiteracy problem. Go to the infographic at

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Further, go to www.grammarly.com for more information and see what https://www.grammarly.com/plagiarism-checker   has to offer.

 

Article By: Jo Ann Mathews

I published three ebooks in 2020: Women and Adversity, Honoring 23 Black Women; Women and Adversity, Recognizing 23 Notable Mothers; and Women and Adversity, Saluting 23 Faithful Suffragists to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote. These books are meant to be study guides for all students from grade school through college to help in choosing topics for assignments and to learn more about these noteworthy women. Go to amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and goodreads.com to learn more.

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