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I can answer a broad range of questions about both academic and creative writing. I can answer questions about APA format, research and references, essay structure and more. I am particularly helpful in the areas of character development, storyline development, etc. and I can provide authors with an array of tools to help them organize their work.

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I minored in English for my Bachelor's degree. I have also written several books and I run a small publishing company (before you ask, we're not accepting submissions at this time). I have written both fiction and non-fiction books and I have been published in newspapers and written articles for major internet websites.


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MS, Educational Psychology, BS Psychology (English minor)

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2016-09-19 use of the noun "fish" with plural / singular verb:

Hi Rich,     Apologies for the late reply.     In your example you would want to use "were" if you were talking about past-tense. However, in the present-tense it would be: "The fish is very abundant"

2016-09-09 Who or Whom (Part 1):

Hi Ryo,      Yes, indeed, this one can be quite perplexing.   Many sources indicate that "who" is correct because of the presence of "are", which in this case serves as a linking verb. Other sources refute

2016-09-09 Who or Whom (Part 1):

Hi Ryo,     I am well, thank you.   This is a tricky thing even for native speakers to figure out. However, there is a handy trick:     Who should be used to refer to the SUBJECT of a sentence.  Whom should

2016-09-02 use of "livestock":

Hi Rich,     Having some livestock myself, I actually know the answer to this off the top of my head. Livestock is a somewhat unique noun that can be singular or plural (as is the case with many nouns

2016-08-02 FICTION vs NON FICTION:

Hi Michael,     I completely understand what you are asking about. This is a specialized category of fiction called "historical fiction". There are many well-known examples of this type of work. For example


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