- - Friday, November 13, 2015

November is “National Novel Writing Month” (Tweeted as #NaNoWriMo) or “National Non Fiction Writing Month” (#NaNonFiWriMo).

Writers and would-be wordsmiths all over the world have committed themselves to sitting down at their keyboards, blocking out distractions (as much as possible), and producing some text!

In conjunction with this emphasis on writing, we’ve interviewed some various authors, literary agents, publishers, editors, writing coaches, and journalists—people who know all about the craft and business of writing.

Today we hear from Mignon Fogarty, probably better known to you as Grammar Girl — offering “Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing.”

She tells us about her journey into being a grammar guru, along with the story of her writing-entrepreneur life.

I think you’re going to enjoy this interview.


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