If you did NaNoWriMo, you have probably heard of the “Now What?” months. Those are the most dreaded times (for most people), and if you’re like me, then you just want to quit.
Even if you try to do it, one of the most common reasons other than “it’s boring” is “what is even wrong with my writing? What am I supposed to fix?”. That is a very popular reason.
That reason is why I use Khan Academy’s Grammar program for figuring out grammar and other problems. This doesn’t mean that you don’t need an editor (it’s generally a good idea to hire an editor), but it can help.
Khan Academy’s Grammar program is one that I highly recommend. It shows you plenty of common grammar programs. My favorite part of this program is the videos. They have pictures, and include lots of tips. I also love their Pixar in a Box: Storytelling unit.
I really enjoy a lot of Khan Academy’s courses, but their Grammar program and their Pixar in a Box program are my top favorites. Do you use Khan Academy?