Flogging the Quill: Don’t get me started

Flogging the Quill: Don’t get me started

It’s always fun to find a good, constructive article pointing out some to-be-avoided subtleties that we all tend to unconsciously write into our stories. Ray Rhamey, over at “Flogging the Quill”:http://www.floggingthequill.com/flogging_the_quill/ touches nicely on two more things to watch out for in our writing – “started/began to” and “with.” I’m not sure about the first one – I’ll have to check over some of my stories – but I do know that I’m guilty of abusing ‘with.’ I’m definitely going to have to keep a sharper eye out for that. Ray’s article is a very instructive and amusing read. Go check it out!

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