PinkWrite Phase 1 Complete

The initial installment of write.pink is finished!

It is complete with handwriting guides, charts for grammar, overviews of usage, basic word lists, stories from Rudyard Kipling and Hans Christian Andersen, phonics tables, and much more.

We’re also honored that artist for the “Oxford Comma” (Rhinoceri, Washington, and Lincoln), Eric Edelman, has granted limited use of his artwork in the guide on Punctuation.

write.pink is up and running!

write.pink is now live.

Five good stories from Rudyard Kipling are up, with some edited notes to help second-language students.

Also, seven great and useful grammar charts are up and ready for regular practice. They are ready for lookup, but most grammar charts are also intended for the student to practice by reading them aloud, or writing or even typing them.

YouTube tutorials are a high priority and should be coming soon.

Eventually, short stories could also be on the way.

Long-term, much more is coming from PinkWrite, including a hosted portfolio service that focuses more on simplifying the writing and formatting aspects of content, exporting content to epub, feeds, posts, emails, and web portfolios with standardized, but tweakable, theming.