1. How to Overcome Writer’s Block

    It’s Tuesday morning. You’ve had three cups of coffee. You’ve devoured a bear claw. You completed the jumble in four minutes. You failed at the sudoku. You’re fulfilling your daily routine, and now it’s nine o’clock. It’s time to get to work. It’s time to write. You cozy up to your desktop. You press the power button with professional accuracy. The hard drive whirs, clacks once, th…Read More

  2. What’s an Appropriate Academic Voice?

    Academic writing is an entirely different animal than creative writing. It requires appropriate candor and a particular voice. Today, as part of our academic proofreading and editing blog, we’re going to cover a few rules that are essential to establishing an academic voice. Take note, by the way, this article itself is not composed in an academic voice, since we are providing advice to you, our…Read More

  3. How to Support Your Thesis

    What’s the point of a paper without a thesis? After all, your thesis is your main argument. It rests at the core of your project. But a thesis is nothing without support. There’s no value in staking a claim if you can’t back it up. That’s why you’ll have to take steps to persuade your audience of your thesis. For today’s article, as part of our editor’s blog, we’ve accumulated a fe…Read More

  4. The Importance of Editing

    Editing a composition isn’t a task to be taken lightly, especially in professional and academic applications. Proofreading ensures that your project is complete. It makes your composition stronger, more digestible, and effective. Clarity in communication is crucial. Without a second look at your composition, you may be losing your audience to minor grammatical errors, and you might be losing you…Read More

  5. Thesis Basics

    Academic writing is complex. It requires attention to the details of a project, and attention to a composition as a whole. It requires the right voice, often a subtle mix between academic, professional, and personal. It satisfies a target audience. It requires a keen eye for editing and proofreading. Most importantly, it proves a point. At the core of almost any academic writing resides its thesis…Read More

  6. Choosing the Right Topic for Your Essay

    Learning the most valuable information, writing with the greatest passion, and getting the right grade may all hinge on picking the right topic for an project. While the right topic will make it easy to complete research, and formulate an essay, picking the wrong topic can be disastrous. That’s why we’re taking some time today to delve into tips for targeting the right topic. Here are our topi…Read More