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Toward a More Dashing Style by Kat Duncan

Sentence Rhythm and Flow Beginning writers often miss out on a crucial aspect of good writing: the rhythm and flow of words and sentences. When it’s done well it’s like good music. The best way to improve the flow of your words is to read you work aloud. Read this paragraph aloud: The morning sunlight …
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To Comma Or Not To Comma by Connie Flynn

One of the most controversial areas of writing conventions is punctuation. If you learned to punctuate in old-school days, you could very well be going nuts every time you read a newspaper, a magazine, or a book only to see that punctuation now seems to be a matter of opinion. You might ask, whatever happened …