What Is Punctuation? Useful Punctuation Rules & Punctuation Marks In English - 7 E S L
A complete guide on punctuation rules and punctuation marks in the English language. Here you will find how and when to use different punctuation marks with
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10 Common Phrases & What You Can Use Instead (Infographic)
Are overly common phrases hurting your writing? In this infographic we are taking a look at 10 commonly used English phrases and their best synonyms. Phrases include:
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There is a grammar error that everyone encounters every day, it’s not a dangling modifier, a sentence that ends in a preposition, or a split infinitive. A comma splice is an error that is created by…
Types of Antagonists: Creating Riveting Opponents | Now Novel
There are many types of antagonists - the source of the main character or protagonist's obstacle or conflict - in stories. Learn more.
How to Test an Idea Before Writing the First Draft
Do you have an idea for a novel? Before you start writing, here are two exercises that will help you test out your story idea before penning the first draft!
How to Make a Character’s Death *Heartbreaking*
Asterisks for *emphasis.* I’ll be honest with you – a majority of the people who read my books tell me these same things: “Why did so-and-so have to die?!” “Noo…
Tips for Writing Dual POVs with Distinctive Voices
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8 Foreshadowing Laws: How to Foreshadow Plot Right | Now Novel
Foreshadowing is an important tool for creating suspense and setting the scene for the story arc of your novel. Read the 8 laws of foreshadowing.
How To Write Fear Authentically Even If You Don’t Write Thrillers
Want to scare your readers? SHOW them what your character is afraid of! Your story needs life or death stakes (and not necessarily the murderous, knife-wielding, gravestone kind of life or death stakes). Fear and the body language of fear, should be topics every novelist strives to know better. Fear can range from mild to paralyzing, but fear caused by a real, immediate threat is rarely paralyzing. Our bodies and minds instinctually engage in a race for survival. Usually the fears that can…
Questions to Ask When Creating Fictional Cities
It's no secret I am a wild fan of world-building. Creating worlds that I can mold with my hands and mind is one of my favourite parts o...
The Writing Terms That Every Novelist Should Know
With every industry there are terms that are associated with that industry/niche. So with writing there are a few terms that come along with the writer's life. Today we'll be breaking down the terms, giving you information on them. There is also two free printables included in this post, so be sure to download those before you finish reading the post. Ready to learn the writing terms? Let's go!