Two useful sets of notes bound up together here - a quick zip through common errors, and then a collection of useful hints and prompts regarding structure and the logistics of writing.
Having suffered a comprehensive school education, I rely in the main on my sense of language, developed over years of reading well-written English, to inform my writing. Inevitably, mistakes creep in. How much better to have a clear source to turn to in case of doubt. There are many, but this one brings extra value for its no-nonsense tone and its focus on the toiling wannabee author sitting alone in front a screen somewhere, in need of stern guidance. Not for snowflakes: "this is unacceptable .. this vile practice .. this will make you go blind .. you should be shot ..." And quite right too.
Even if you are sure your grammar is flawless (it isn't), there is something for you here. I found the advice on not wasting the reader's energy on 'sequencing glitches' enlightening.
As collection of blog posts, there is some overlap between articles, but then points about intransitive laying about and punctuation within quotes bear repeating.
I'm off to check my metaphorical underwear is clean, and then get back to some careful writing.
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