Semicolons. I think of them as the yellow on a traffic stoplight. But I admit it. I love using the semicolon. When I write a
NOTE: I dusted off some notes I took for a webinar, How to Revise Your NaNo Novel, from January 2016. Grant Faulkner hosted the segment
I don’t want to rehash what you’ve heard and discovered for yourself as a writer: “Most of writing is rewriting”; “Show don’t Tell”; “Use spell
Scott Nicholson says in Seven Bad Habits of Unsuccessful Writers: Newer writers tend to rely on “He saw,” “He felt,” “He smelled,” “He tasted,” or
Some recent articles on writing that I have read: What’s A Cliché? Overused Words To Avoid In Your Writing. Pay attention to words that habitually
Some blog articles on writing I read this week. The first one listed is by Chuck Palahniuk, author of Fight Club, and is particularly interesting.