Writing & Blogging

Need Grammar Help?

If you’re not back at school yet, you probably will be within a week, which means that this is the perfect time for me to provide help with grammar. If you’re a newish reader, you may not know that I was an English teacher and took an entire class on the correct English grammar in college. With this knowledge, I wrote several posts about correct grammar, as well as a grammar guidebook, to provide grammar help to any who need it. I thought that this is a good time to put all of those grammar and writing posts in one place. They are organized by type, and hopefully they will help you be a better writer so your school year gets off to a great start. And if you’re on the fence about reviewing grammar, here are 5 reasons why everyone should.

Grammar Help



Commas vs. Semicolons






Commas – Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3


Other Grammar


Capitalization – Part 1 and Part 2


Commonly Confused Words


Misplaced Modifiers: What They Are And How To Fix Them



On Grammar Variety in Your Writing


Tips on Writing Papers for Any Class


8 Ways To Become a Better Writer


For more grammar and writing help, The Essential Grammar Handbook is only $10!

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  • Patricia Young Dorsey

    Love this. Now can you send this to the millions of FB Friends who don’t know the difference between your, you’re, their, there, etc.? That drives me crazy! I know the common FB user graduated from high school without Grammar instruction because it wasn’t considered a necessary skill any longer. Dumb!

    • Ha! To be completely honest, I wrote my book because I was so annoyed by some bloggers using horrible grammar. Whoops!

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  • EdyeNicolesMakeup

    Thank you so much, Kate! Even though I’m a senior in high school and a full time blogger, I still have slip ups with my grammar. I need all the help I can get, haha 😉

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