Correcting Your Paragraph Structure Surrounding Dialogue

The best way to illustrate today’s writing tip is to show you an example.   “So you’re telling me that you ate all the leftovers?” He shrugged. “Why do you even care? You hate ham,” he said. She stuck her tongue out at him. “Yeah, but I like carrots and potatoes! What were you thinking?” He shrugged […]

Basic Writing Principle #1: 4 Reasons to Pay Attention to Your Paragraphs

I try not to be too judgmental with writers. Grammar can be tricky, commas are confusing, and I can’t say I don’t ever misspell a word. But there are a few basic principles that even the most English-illiterate person should know. This post is part 1 of a new Tuesday grammar series I’ve titled: basic […]