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They make it easy to publish your story or novel. They will help you to compose good literature in general. A further tip: Use frequent contracting. "Always add a "he said" or "she said" as early as possible in a dialogue line (if at all a "he said" is needed).
" More words are needed when a sequence doesn't have enough love for detail and textures to emphasize the plot and tension. When you are not sure if the dialogue will sound normal, please reread it for yourself. That is a good way to ensure that dialogue is a matter of course.
If you have gone ten pages without inspiring the readers (and the characters in the book) with a smell or a touch y feel, tone or flavor, for example, the text will be less immediate. Use" Said" I note that some beginning authors reject the use of" said" and try to substitute words like command-d, remarked, uttered, began, etc. for the word" said".
Most of the best authors use "said" and let the dialogue communicate the significance. Like, "Get out of here," he ordered. It is an unnecessarily distracting name. The new authors often fail to show the characters' answers before proceeding with the game. When the writer produces convincing personalities and dialogues, he or she is 90% on the road to succes.
I feel that the way a novelist types is actually more important than the story. If Stephen King wrote so well, he could do a novel on a groundnut buttermandwich, and it would be great. Her novel should have two protagonists C1 and C2 (a man and a woman) and two minor figures C3 and C4 (also a man and a woman).
In the course of the script C1 should fell in love with her or, if they are already in affection, they should intensify their affection. C1 character should have a particular ability to help him (or her) resolve the issues presented in the text. Sometime in the textbook C1 and C1 should show a bodily expressiveness of their appeal, e.g. by hand or kiss.
There should be a hazardous situation in large parts of the text. At some point the danger should appear soothed in the script, but come back to track the people. Begin your volume with something that attracts the reader's interest. You' re breaking the river of the script. "Like or As If" The term "like" should not be used before a term with a topic and a verse.
When you cannot find out when to use who or whomever, replace the term "he" if it is better to use "he" than whoever. "Like he sounded better than "like he was," so use whoever. "A" like" must not be preceded by a dash, unless the character "l" is tripled: accounting, true to life, factual, cup-shaped.
Proceed as with a dash if the term consists of three hyphens, e.g. intestinal. Proceed as with a dash if the term is a real name, e.g. Clinton-like. Proceed as with a dash if the term is a comma. If you have a similar meanings as a prefix as e.g. like-minded people, please enter a comma.
A dash is not used in words that have their own meaning, e.g. probability, similarity. When a full phrase fades, use four periods, without spaces between the last and the four periods. If you are following a block of sentences, use three periods and leave a blank between the end of the last one and the first point.