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Title:Tameri Guide for Writers: Home Page
Description:Tameri Guide for Writers, a resource for writers and editors.
Keywords:writing, editing, books, publishing, English
Tameri Guide for Writers: Home Page
Tameri Home
Form and Genre
Plot and Story
Point of View
Basic Grammar
Nouns and Pronouns
Irregular Verbs
Adjectives and Adverbs
Common Grammar Errors
Grammarians rsquo; Lexicon
Sentence Structures
Phrases and Clauses
Stylebook Basics
Commonly Misspelled Words
Latin and Greek Roots
Words and Phrases to Avoid
Usage and Abusage
Layout and Design
Academic Styles
APA Format and Style
MLA Format and Style
About Us
Tameri Guide for Writers
For creative writers, editors, teachers, and students
In 2011, the AP Stylebook adopted email,
replacing e-mail as the standard. A year earlier, AP
accepted the American Copy Editors Society (ACES) recommendation that website replace Web
The Tameri website provides suggestions to writers, editors, instructors, and
students. Our website covers the writing, editing, formatting,
and marketing of literary and dramatic
works. Although we include 鈥渁cademic writing鈥 issues, we would suggest other resources to explore those. Because our focus is writing for popular
audiences, some suggestions do not apply to academic settings; we try to explain the reasons for our recommendations accordingly.
Our site concentrates on
content, so expect a lot of text.
For Writers First
Advice for mass-market writers
We created this site with authors in
mind and continue to focus on writing for general audiences. Articles in the Tameri Guide for Writers reflect our experiences as professional writers
and editors. Some teachers have complained that our choices are not 鈥減roper鈥
for their students. It is reasonable for an instructor to remind students
that an academic setting is not the same as writing in other contexts.
If you are a student, use any grammar and style guides endorsed by your
Be aware that we post documents as we write,
meaning there are incomplete pages on this site. Also, some
pages will have errors as they go through the editing process. If you
locate an error, please contact us.
Even a text on writing is imperfect.
The truth is that there are grumpy grammar geeks who manage to argue
with each other endlessly. We know that battles are waged over split
infinitives and sentences ending with prepositions. English rules are
relatively new, created by men and women who wanted a 鈥減roper鈥 English
grammar. The rules anyone decides to accept are often a matter of preference.
We claim no authority other than the fact the rules we cite are those we have encountered
while working as writers and editors.
If you want to challenge an editor or instructor, buy a really heavy
and impressive book like Bryan A. Garner鈥檚 Modern American Usage [].
We also recommend other resources for information. See our list of suggested books for writers and editors.
Popular Tameri Article Topics
Links to the most-visited pages
The following are the most popular sections of the Tameri
Guide for Writers. For a complete list of topics, see our site
Writing Basics
Writing Guide Introduction
A Writer鈥檚 Lexicon
Plot and Story
Grammar and Mechanics
Basic Grammar
A Grammarian鈥檚 Lexicon
Spelling and Usage
Word Usage (and Abusage)
Stylebook Basics
Words and Phrases to Avoid
Commonly Misspelled Words
Latin and Greek Roots
Great Words to Use
Academic Writing
As mentioned above, we strongly encourage visitors to rely on other sources for academic writing guidelines. We value citations and proper formatting, but the rules are not our expertise. We suggest consulting the current editions of the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers and the Publication Manual of the APA when composing and formatting academic papers. Online, we suggest the Purdue Online Writing Lab as a resource for students and instructors.
Other Useful Pages
Complete Site Map
Sources for the Guide
The Tameri Blog
Products We Recommend
We Happen to Be Right Sometimes
Grammar rules are not laws
Many of the 鈥渃orrections鈥澛爓e receive are incorrect or matters of personal
style. The style guides and manuals of organizations such as Modern Language Association and the Associated Press are updated on a regular basis. When there is a conflict
between sources, we have to select one as the best聽answer for this
guide. That does not mean the guideline we offer via the Tameri Guide
for Writers is the only answer, only our preference for mass market media.
Punctuation as Personal Style
Some writers discard dashes, while others despise semicolons. We believe
there is a role for every punctuation mark 鈥斅爀specially as visual cues.
One source of confusion has been our use of the semicolon (;).
A semicolon joins two independent (鈥渕ain鈥) clauses. Several visitors
have suggested wrongly that such sentences are 鈥渞un-on鈥 and should be
edited. No, the clauses relate closely and we believe using semicolons
indicates clearly that the clauses should be thought of together. We
also use commas more liberally than many current texts suggest. This
might be because instead of misusing commas it is easier to omit them.
Most English usage guides are moving towards fewer 鈥渕andatory鈥 uses for
If you do have a complex correction or suggestion, it is helpful if
you include an academic source for the correction. Also, you should include
the Web page URL from the Tameri Guide that needs to be updated.
About the Tameri Website
We are selling something鈥
Yes, this site promotes our editing and writing services. While we provide the information here for
free, we also expect that some people want to hire editors and writers.
Our services range from basic editing to advanced technical writing.
Special Thanks
We also owe a debt of gratitude to those students and interns who
helped with research and page layout over the years: E. Coker, A. Long,
N. Goncharova, M. Toledo, and K. Watrus.
We began assembling the information appearing on this website for our
personal use. As writers, we often want to double check grammar, usage,
and even proper formatting. Using the Web as an organizational tool seemed
logical, allowing us to access the information from anywhere.
This website is maintained by S. D. Schnelbach and C. S. Wyatt. If you
experience any problems with the site, please let us know by sending
a note to
Citing the Tameri Guide Website
Any citation referring to the Tameri website must name
both editors.
Schnelbach, S. and Wyatt, C. (
29 June, 2014
). Tameri Guide for Writers. Retrieved from
Schnelbach, Susan. and Wyatt, Christopher. Tameri Guide for Writers.
Tameri Publications. Web.
29 June, 2014
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to Avoid #8226; Writing Terms
Writing #8226; Editing #8226; Formatting
Writer: C. S. Wyatt
Editor: S. D. Schnelbach
Copyright copy; 2012 C. S. Wyatt and Susan D. Schnelbach
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