Grammarly: Editing Made Easy

Founded in 2008 by  Alex Shevchenko and Max Lytvyn, Grammarly has become one of the leading grammar apps on the market. Between Facebook, Google + and Twitter, its fan base has grown to over 9 million followers. Its ability to locate and correct common and complex grammar mistakes makes it a coveted product for novelists,…

State Rep. Trey Rhodes, R - Greensboro, looks at a map of low performing schools in Dekalb County during debate on a constitutional amendment and its accompanying legislation that would allow a state takeover of schools dubbed "chronically failing," Wednesday, March 25, 2015, in Atlanta. Gov. Nathan Deal's plan won Georgia House approval Wednesday, setting up a statewide vote in 2016 and accomplishing the Republican's top priority kicking off his second term. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

DeKalb County Schools: Georgia Milestones Standardized Test Shows that Students are Performing Below Grade Level

With over 100,000 students, DeKalb County School District is the third largest district in the State of Georgia. Within in the last few years, DeKalb County Schools have encountered some obstacles such as a recent probation which was lifted in 2014  and a cheating scandal that indicted three school administrators.          …

Writer Aaron Sorkin accepts the award for best adapted screenplay at the 16th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards on Friday, Jan. 14, 2011, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

Book to Movie Adaptations Surpassing Original Screenplays at the Box Office

Statistics from Static Brain show that book franchise revenues are usually, significantly, lower than its movie franchise counterparts. The statistics also show that adapted movies surpass original works in the box office, for example, The Big Short, 2015 Oscar winner of Best Writing: Adapted Screenplay is currently surpassing, in revenues, Spotlight, 2015 Oscar winner of Best Writing: Original Screenplay, at the box…

Lit Atlanta: Books, Booze & Beats

Lit Atlanta: Books, Booze & Beats, monthly occurs on the last Thursday of every month. Book lovers congregate in the Old 4th Ward at Edgewood Speakeasy to hear themed selections of different books. It is a monthly book club that allows its members to experience different types of books through live readings. To read at the event, participants…