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Candace Osmond

Candace Osmond studied Advanced Writing & Editing Essentials at MHC. She’s been an International and USA TODAY Bestselling Author for over a decade. And she’s worked as an Editor for several mid-sized publications. Candace has a keen eye for content editing and a high degree of expertise in Fiction.

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Best Essay and Paper Checker – Free and Paid Options

Plagiarism and poor grammar can make you lose your credibility as a writer. Your readers will stop visiting your website and citing your academic papers because they do not trust you. That’s where a writing editor can help you. You might ask, what is the best essay and paper checker …

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Outwrite vs Grammarly

Every writer knows how annoying it is to spot a typo one minute after submitting your piece. Believe me, I’ve done it more times than I can count. If you want a way to combat this issue, online editing tools like Outwrite and Grammarly might help. Let’s jump into this …

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Best Passive Voice Checkers and Correctors For 2022

The use of the active and passive voice in English writing can be confusing. I know as a Bestselling Author now; it took me years to really get the hang of it.   The solution is to use an active or passive voice checker through third-party applications. These tools allow …

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Best Writing Apps For Mac and Windows

Us authors encounter many writing problems that a traditional word processor can’t fix. Whether you need help formatting your novel or correcting grammar mistakes, there’s a suitable program for you, I promise. I’ve checked out and tried so many programs, and I’ll go through the 20 best writing apps for …

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Best Writing Assistant Programs For Writers – Free and Paid

Do you need help writing your content? English writers can benefit from numerous writing assistant programs to help them become better writers. Whether you want to fix your grammar or optimize your writing for SEO, there’s always a tool for you. As a USA TODAY Bestselling Author and Award-Winning content …

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Sentence Structure Types and Examples

Whether you’re building houses, cooking, or writing, having a clear structure will help you reach your goal. In language, sentences also have structures. This comprehensive guide will show you the different types of sentence structure and examples. Learning the sentence structure examples will help you add sentence variety to your …

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20+ Best Online Proofreading Jobs for Beginners

Do you have a sharp vision for spotting spelling and grammatical mistakes? If yes, then a proofreading job might be the perfect career path.  Proofreaders are always in demand because all writers make mistakes. More freelance proofreading jobs from home are now available as writers switch to online publishing.  I’ll …

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Wordtune vs Grammarly

Writing plays an essential role in any job, whether you’re a blogger, marketer, or student. That’s why many online writing tools now exist to help you improve your writing. Two software programs to consider are Wordtune and Grammarly.  This Wordtune vs. Grammarly comparison will help you decide which online writing …

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Nominative or Subjective Case With Examples

The word “case” is not just a law jargon. It’s also a linguistic term for noun and pronoun categories based on their purpose. One type of case is the nominative case, also known as the subjective case, straight case, or upright case. Keep reading to know what the nominative case …

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What is the Objective Case? – Objective Case Pronoun Examples

Nouns and pronouns have different uses in sentences. These uses can be grouped based on their “cases.”  The objective case has different functions: direct object, indirect object, and object of the preposition. Learn their definitions, examples, and how to use objective case pronouns and nouns below.  What Does Objective Case …

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