If you’ve ever attended a writing conference or read a book about how to write, you’ve probably encountered the word voice more times than you can count. But what is voice, and how do you craft strong voice in your writing? ...Read More
‘Aloud’ or ‘Out Loud’?
To read out loud and to read aloud mean the same thing, but in the old days, aloud was the only cultured option.
In the early 1900s, usage guide writers looked down their noses at out loud and called it “colloquial.” Today, out loud and aloud are both fine, although aloud still feels more high-brow and formal. ...Read More
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