Sherlock has Dr Watson, Batman has Robin, and Wallace has Gromit. We all need a sidekick, someone to bounce ideas off, talk to when things are good or bad.
Sometimes I get to work on some really great projects and over the next few works I am working with an Australian university to create content for its new chatbot.
When I was at university I hated referencing. Where does the comma go? Why is a full stop here? And really who cares whether the book title or journal article title is italised? Now that I am an editor, I care.
Have you ever read something and thought to yourself, did the writer even read this before they published it? No matter how great a speller or writer, we all need a fresh set of eyes to look over our documents to find the errors we have missed.
This page provides a guide to the common errors I find when editing theses.
Verbs are the most important part of a sentence and are used to express an action or state of being.
A second pair of eyes is always good for picking up errors, however, sometimes you need to do it yourself, this page lists eight points detailing how to proofread and proofreading tips.
This post was created especially for people who missed out on learning the fundamentals of grammar at school, or for people who need a quick reminder.
When and where to use capitals can cause confusion, especially when referring to government terms. This page provides a quick guide on the appropriate use of capitals when referring to terms associated with the government.