9 Rules For Writing Dialogue | Novel Writing Help


Want to know the most important thing about writing dialogue in fiction? If it sounds like a conversation you'd hear in the real world, you've gone horribly wrong somewhere.

10 Things Your Opening Chapter Should Do: A Check-List for Self-Editing – Anne R. Allen’s Blog… with Ruth Harris


More great advice from Anne R. Allen Let’s face it: first chapters are hard. When you’re writing your first draft, you’re writing for yourself—getting to know your characters and their world. You should let everything spill out on the page free of your inner editor’s censorship. But when you’re revising, it’s a different story. You’ll … Continue reading 10 Things Your Opening Chapter Should Do: A Check-List for Self-Editing – Anne R. Allen’s Blog… with Ruth Harris

Top 10 Storytelling Cliches Writers Need To Stop Using | LitReactor


There are certain storytelling clichés writers go back to again and again...

The Meaning of All Those Grammar Terms We Fight With Daily


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Let’s be honest here, I sometimes get confused with all of the many terms and rules used in grammar.  But, I came across this, which helps me and I hope will help you too.

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/244216/English_Glossary.pdf

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