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Post: Mastering The Craft

Tue, 11 Aug 2015 01:46:14 GMT

MIggsEye
Tue, 11 Aug 2015 01:46:14 GMT

Awesome article umm... whoever wrote this. (There is no attribution on this article? Do you have writing elves or faeries that write your inspiring copy? If so, where can I obtain one?) I'm already doing some of this. It's good to be reminded of the rest. One thing I've done in the Style Writing realm is to take a book or short story that I love and type it out word for word, sentence by sentence, paragraph by... you get the picture. I've found by literally writing out the words of, say, Ernest Hemingway or Truman Capote you can directly absorb information on their stye, rhythm, pacing, punctuation, cadence etc. in a very different way than reading it. Plus, I find it fun. Oh, I'm such a geek.

LNHolmes
Sat, 29 Oct 2016 14:55:39 GMT

We're glad you liked it @MIggsEye! I'll be adding in the attribution today! :)

ChaseAuthor
Wed, 30 Nov 2016 02:01:47 GMT

One thing the article doesn't cover is software programs like Grammarly. Is this a viable option for wanting help with grammar or is it a crutch? Something that is used to avoid learning the grammar rules?

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