You're an author.
You already write pretty darn well.
But is it just POSSIBLE that your writing might contain mistakes? Mistakes that you don't even realize you're making?
Mistakes that are the reason behind a pile of rejection slips. Mistakes that mean editors simply pass over your work, marking you as unprofessional.
Should you use "between you and me" or "between you and I"?
Is it "boys room," "boy's room" or "boys' room"?
"Neither Ruth nor I are able to come" or "Neither Ruth nor I am able to come"?
If you're not 1000% sure of the answer, then you SERIOUSLY need to look at your written English - and discover whether you're making even MORE mistakes.
Have no fear. Best-selling author Nick Daws is here to help.
He's penned over 50 books, runs the famed My Writers Circle site, and wrote "How to Write a Book in 28 Days or Less!"
And today, he officially launches his latest course: "Essential English for Authors."
Inside its pages, Nick shows you the mistakes YOU DON'T EVEN REALIZE YOU'RE MAKING - and EXACTLY how you can fix them.
He'll stop your work getting rejected due to silly writing errors - helping to get your manuscript PUBLISHED, QUICKLY. He knows what an editor is looking for, and he wants to share his knowledge with YOU.
I highly recommend you check out his new site - and download YOUR copy of "Essential English for Authors," TODAY:
Thank you for your time,Mphojane Leboko.