Conquering the Web With Well-Formatted Copy

If you’ve picked up a copy of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “The House of the Seven Gables” or Thomas Hardy’s “Tess of the d’Urbervilles” lately (ha), you’ve probably noticed the thick, meandering language these authors use to convey their message (for anybody who doesn’t own a copy, we’ll wait while you get one). The other thing you might notice about these novels … Read More

How to Write a Blog Post: Getting Started

There you are, sitting in front of your computer and staring at a fresh, blank document while the agitated little cursor blinks at you impatiently. You want to write a blog post, but you have never really known how — and your readers can tell. If the last time you wrote anything you were even remotely confident in was during … Read More