How to Create a Glossary in Word

How to Create a Glossary in Word

In this blog post, I’ll teach you two great ways to create a glossary for your book using Microsoft Word. When done correctly, these alphabetized lists of defined terms can be very useful tools for readers—but there’s more to creating a good glossary than you...
Blond vs. Blonde Explained

Blond vs. Blonde Explained

Blond or blonde: which one should you use? The short answer: they’re both correct. You Can’t Go Wrong with Blond or Blonde Both forms of blond can act as both nouns and adjectives. A “blond” (or “blonde”) is a person with hair that...
How to Summarize a Novel: 4 Steps to Writing a Great Summary

How to Summarize a Novel: 4 Steps to Writing a Great Summary

 Speaking as an author, what’s the number one question people ask you about your writing? For me, that question is, “What is your book about?” It’s often a puzzlingly difficult question to answer with any sort of brevity. It sounds nutty, doesn’t it? I wrote the...
Which or That? Grammar Explained

Which or That? Grammar Explained

Pronouns help us avoid the cumbersome repetition of words. They stand in for nouns that we’ve introduced. Imagine if we didn’t have the pronouns “you” and “me.” Instead of asking your friend Tom if he wants to go to the movies with...
5 Great Timed Writing Exercises to Shake Up Your Creativity

5 Great Timed Writing Exercises to Shake Up Your Creativity

We’ve all been there. You’re all set up for a day of writing: you’ve got your comfy pants on, your favorite drink at your side, and your chillest writing playlist is pumping. Then you open up a fresh Word document and—BAM! You hit a brick wall. And no matter what you...