Posts tagged versailles
Ellipses and Dashes: How to Use Popular Pauses

Like in speech, a pause can be essential to conveying your message through writing. You have a variety of punctuation marks available to show those pauses, including em dashes, but not all pause punctuation marks are interchangeable. Learn what the different dashes and ellipses mean.

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Multiple Points of View: Benefits, Pitfalls, and Uses

Sometimes you need to tell a story from more than one character’s perspective, but you don’t want to have the distance of omniscient. That’s when multiple points of view can be the best choice for your story, but like all points of view, it has its pros and cons.

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Versailles by Kathryn Davis: How to Read Like a Writer

If you find historical events and people inspiring, read Versailles by Kathryn Davis. Davis transforms the famous palace to tell a story larger than the main character, while giving Marie Antoinette the voice and freedom to tell her own story. Discover how you can use these same techniques to enliven your writing.

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