Writing Tips

As I find good tips, I'll post them below.

Strong Dialog Series 
(based on Self-Editing for Fiction Writers by Renni Browne and Dave King)

Other great tips:

Here are my examples after going to this great website:
Using a semicolon is easy; I can even do it.
When you take a lamb from its mother, both will bleat; neither animal wants separated.
While growing up, I moved to Charleston, SC; Jacksonville, FL; and Philadelphia, PA. 
My characters include Danya, a librarian; Tess, an artist; Mr. Hodge, a custodian; and Whitney, a child.

How to us an apostrophe by The Oatmeal.
Here's what I learned from this website:
"Butter" has two t's in it. "Butter" has two "t"s in it. (Both are correct.)
I was in high school in the 80's and had big hair.
In the '90s and 2000s, I hit the job market.
The tight rope walkers' convention had a little accident. The presenter's foot slipped.
We'll see. It's golden. Let's go. Don't eat that! You can't see me?
We named Sass's cat, Snowball. We named Sass' cat, Snowball. (Both are correct.)

e.g. = example         i.e. = clarification
Here's what I learned from this website:
I like outdoor activities, e.g., hiking. I like outdoor activities (e.g. hiking). (Both are correct.)
My favorite type of poem is a haiku, i.e., a form of Japanese poetry.

Frequently Misspelled Words

10 Words You Need to Stop Misspelling by The Oatmeal.

Writing Tips Websites that I like:

Daily Writing Tips Website

8 Basics of Creative Writing by Kurt Vonnegut

More coming soon...