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Published on October 19, 2010 No Comment

The best stories have a strong theme, a fascinating plot, a fitting structure, unforgettable characters, a well-chosen setting, and an appealing style. Try for all of these.


Published on October 18, 2010 No Comment

There are very many instances, when we use inversion in our sentences, without due regard to the rules attendant to it. In the real sense, we often construct sentences because we are aware of the English words, which we simply combine, lump together, and hope that we have communicated.


Published on September 12, 2009 No Comment

Many times we have written our sentences without considering the grammatical implications that come with them. In particular, we have always lost the ordering of our grammatical properties, which makes our writing nothing more than a “tick tak tok” guess work session.


Published on September 5, 2009 No Comment

By definition, the Adjectives The and A/An, are called Articles. There are only two articles;


Published on August 10, 2009 No Comment

Most young reporters run into this problem: not knowing the next lead to pursue! After turning in a few stories they practically draw blank.


Published on June 11, 2009 No Comment

In the first part of this discussion, we cautioned against the idea of writing away the meaning and importance of your message. In this segment, we shall reiterate the same message. If you must write, remember that you have an audience and you are not part of it.


Published on June 11, 2009 No Comment

Here’s a thought: don’t kill a good idea with a badly written script. Will you? Why do you have to do that?



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