Monthly Archives: August 2015

Point of View: 8 Examples of Common Forms

What is point of view? Simply put, it’s the lens through which a story is told. In general, it considers three things: person (first, second, or third), scope (objective, limited, or omniscient), and tense (past or present). Later this week, … Continue reading

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Learn Parallelism: Lesson #6 from Student Work

Take the time to learn about parallelism. This is the final post in a series expanding the six writing & editing lessons that authors can take away from my writing students. “Despite our in-class practices, I had some students who … Continue reading

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Use Clear Transitions: Lesson #5 from Student Writing

This is post #4 in a series expanding the six writing & editing lessons that authors can take away from my writing students. “Transitions are more than inserting the word ‘then’ or ‘next’ into your writing every so often. They’re … Continue reading

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