Archive for June, 2013

Writing made easier than before!

So I came across with this online web-based cum downloadable application called Ginger which is an onlineproofreading service. I was quite thrilled by this phenomenon and decided to write more than usual. The downloadable application automatically installs the Chrome, IE, Office extensions and hooks up with them. Once it’s installed completely, it would take care of the spellings, grammar and punctuations anywhere you write on your PC. It is a free software and I believe this would help millions of writers like myself who are great readers but just not perfect writers. So go and Ginger it!

Free downloadable from http://www.gingersoftware.com/

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6 Super Resources for Writers

As a novis writer, I’m always looking for inspirations to keep writing on those ghostly white empty pages. I believe there are many like me who are going to need such pages.

Live to Write - Write to Live

The Internet is an absolute boon for writers. It connects us to all manner of resources, communities, and learning opportunities. It throws wide the doors to a digital world where we can communicate, collaborate, and commiserate with other writers from all across the globe. It connects us to editors and other potential employers.  For many of us, this wonderland of pixels and platforms is what affords us the chance to make a living (and a life) with words.

I spend more than my fair share of time cruising these virtual streets – peeking in windows, dropping in on conversations, and devouring all the juicy bits of wisdom and wit from writers who have traveled farther ahead on this road than I have. Today, I’d like to share some of my recent finds from the road, so to speak: two podcasts, two online classrooms, and two writer communities. I hope you…

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