Writing Dialogue with Flair

B-u-r-p. “Please, say excuse me.” B-U-R-P. “Please use your manners, Tony.” B-U-R-P! “Tony, I’m not going to tell you again,” Mom stated. “If you don’t use your manners, go to your room.” “But, I’d rather stay here.” Tony argued. “No. Go to your room. Now!” Mom emphasized the now as if it were all capitalized. She …

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Write Tight – Action Verbs & Descriptive Nouns Equal Good Grammar

By Kenton Verhoeff Grammar isn’t really my favorite topic, but I use it every time I sit down at the keyboard or pick up a pencil. Is it any good? You can be the judge of that. Learning to write tight means to cut the slop out of your words. If there’s room to cut, …

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