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Welcome Write to Done Readers

Pull up a seat and grab your favorite beverage.

Every writer—and each blog, book, or website about writing—offers a unique perspective.

At Write to Done, you get loads of great tips, information, and ideas that help you become the writer you’ve dreamed of becoming.

You benefit from Mary Jaksch’s experience and perspective and score big time with guest writers’ insights. Plus the writing prompts and contests are fantastic—I jumped in with the recent flash fiction writing prompt.

Here at Simple Writing, you get tools. Lots of tools like grammar and punctuation tips, editing techniques, and tricks for focusing, goal setting, and productivity.

Did you get your free copy of The Simple Writing Writer’s Guide?

I’m branching out, too. I’ve written poetry and fiction as well as non-fiction, and with my background (BA/MA English Literature), teaching experience, and current fiction writing, I’m sharing everything I know and everything I’m learning.

Writers never stop learning.

Want to improve your grammar or punctuation? Start here.

The sneaky little trick for sharp, snappy writing

25 Editing Tips for Your Writer’s Toolbox

The Secret Trick to Mastering Commas

Developing your writer’s voice? Here’s a start.

Writer’s Voice: What It Is and How to Develop Yours

How about pumping up your creativity?

3 Great Ways to Get Those Creative Juices Flowing

And don’t forget to grab your FREE copy of
The Simple Writing Writer’s Guide.

It’s chock full of tips for editing and proofreading your own writing. And believe me, your rough draft is just that: rough. Editing and proofreading puts the icing on your cake.

And if you need more than just an ebook, check out my courses.

Browse around and make yourself at home. There’s plenty to read, and lots more to come. Have questions? Email me with the form below.

Thanks for visiting!

Leah McClellan - Simple Writing