Writing tip: Me or I? Expand the sentence
May 22, 2023
People-pairs in a sentence are a grammar trap when one of the people is yourself. Then you might stumble over choosing I or me, we or us. The I/Me trap is one of the most common grammar mistakes in English.
Should you write Christopher Robin and I?
Or Christopher Robin and me?
The answer depends on the sentence.
In this blog, I explain why this grammatical point trips so many people up, and I provide an easy trick for using the right word.
How writers can help create a fairer, more inclusive society
November 29, 2022
Imagine someone in a wheelchair not being able to go to the local public library, because there were no access ramps at the entrance. You would be outraged, right? In a modern, inclusive society, we have come to expect entrance ramps (or a viable alternative) enabling access to public buildings. Now we must expect the same when it comes to public information. Creating accessible content is the digital equivalent of adding ramps, disability toilets and good signage to physical buildings to improve access for all.