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Everything you can imagine is real. –Pablo Picasso

Fiction 101: Punctuation

Since Punctuation is a motherload topic, I wouldn’t be giving a full lecture on it, but I will try my best to touch the basics.  A good writer must know where to use commas, full-stops, semicolon, dash, em-dash, quotation marks, question marks, exclamation marks, ellipsis, parentheses e.t.c.  Proper punctuation usage is something readers barely notice… Continue Reading →

Fiction 101: Narrative Tenses

Is your story happening now or did it occur in the past? There are about twelve tenses in the English language but we will be focusing on the two types of tenses most stories are written in. Present Simple Tense Here, the narrator or viewpoint character tells the story as it is happening. I hand… Continue Reading →


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