Published on February 13th, 2002 12:50 PM
5 ways to take your time in writing, and yet get somewhere
Beware of all of a sudden and its’ relatives
Be wary of sequence words
Watch your spelling of the word
Most of us have read that short story every once in a while when all the action comes at the end of few words of introduction, which have a knack for appearing quite often. This article will hopefully keep you from doing that.
BEWARE OF ALL OF A SUDDEN AND ITS’ RELATIVES
When a writer sits down to write their first work, it is always not quite their best. Yet he or she may see it as quite an accomplishment. Such things are excusable in the beginning, but as the writer starts to write more they will correct their mistakes, all because perfect practice makes perfect.
Below is a passage that a beginning writer may write.
Joe went into the house and sat down. He turned on the t.v. and flipped to his favorite show. It wasn’t on, so he went to his room. Pressing the button, he found that his radio