Sharpen your pencils. These three lessons are the foundation of the entire Writing Whatever course. Learn how your favorite authors write, simply by studying their sentences. This volume alone will make you a much better writer. Note: Volume 1 is the FREE TRIAL. You may order it separately by going to the "Free Trial" page.
These lessons focus on the most common free modifier (we call it the "–ing" thing), how to punctuate it, and where to put it in the sentence. Also, we'll show you some pretty funny sentences if your "things" get messed up.
A close relative of the "–ing thing," this free modifier ("Mr. –ed") can be very descriptive, or it can cause big problems. But the good news is that it has been proven to prevent the passive voice.
These two free modifiers are rarely discussed in writing classes, but are the most dynamic and elegant. Mastering these will place you in the top tier of writers.
This book starts off with an unusual free modifier that is fun but rather rare, and then a more complicated one that is frequent but filled with traps.
Here we cram the final four free modifiers into one bag. The first is a cinch, after what you just went through in Volume 5, and the last three are familiar but presented with a bit of creativity that befits their station.
Ebooks for everything! For the first time ever, we have converted all of our courses — Sentences, Paragraphs, Essays, Teacher’s Guide — into ebooks. That means they can be downloaded to a tablet or desktop and studied without wifi. Watch this 70-second video for a quick introduction.