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  • By Krystell Barraza
    Jan 5, 2009
    "Ghost story" The beginning really sucks you into the story. That's cool. Some suggestions: -Never use bold, never. Just don't do it. Ok? Bold is never used in novels or any fiction work. Use italics instead, sparingly. -"Like the one I'm about to relate" (page 2)don't use any of the folliwing: I'm about to.... I'm going to... When you are narrating. Characters saying that in dialouge is ok. -Don't put words in the reader's mouth (page 3) -Prologues should be an important event that happens before the story, not a background explanation. Less talky, more showy. -Assounances are good....in poems. Try not to use too many descriptive words that start with the same letter in one sentance. It confuses the reader. - ( ) are ok, just use sparingly (not on every page) - (page 5) should be "Given to her" not "Given her" :) - some commas are out of place, and not neccasary - ?! that is incorrect. Use either ? or ! not both -Research 1940's... More > slang. Sorry if I'm being to strict or whatever, I'm just trying to help :)< Less
  • By S. A. Monkress
    Jul 9, 2008
    Intriguing!
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Product Details

ISBN
9781411653825
Edition
1st
Publisher
Joe Townley
Published
October 14, 2005
Language
English
Pages
113
Binding
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
Weight
0.49 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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