How To Write Dialogue In The Past And Present

Writing Dialogue With Correct Verb Agreement By Lisa Brown For many writers, dialogue seems like such a tedious task. Even though this type of writing is not straightforward, it is vital to creating characters and their surroundings. You need to take the reader inside your head. Although you have a good idea of your characters’ personalities and what

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How to Reduce Repetition in Your Manuscript Writing

Do you have writing habits that cause repetition? By Lisa Brown You may not have any challenge in expressing yourself through your writing, but there’s a common mistake that many writers make and sometimes, without noticing it. That is, repeating yourself. Readers can detect repetitive words or phrases from a piece of writing. It may slow down the

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