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May 13 2007 Fiction Writing Newsletter


Fiction Vision Newsletter

brought to you by BellaOnline

Volume 2, Edition 15

13 May 2007


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In this issue:

- Adjectives and Adverbs

- Previous articles

- On the forum

- Fiction Writing Shop


Adjectives and adverbs - editing skills†

Weak adjectives and adverbs are usually the first words to be tackled in the editing phase, but you can improve your writing skills by choosing these more wisely in your early drafts too. Each time you select a noun or verb, and then use another word (or a string of words) to modify it, you weaken the quality of your writing.

Read this article


Previous articles on the Fiction Writing site†

The Weekend Novelist - Review

Self-publishing options

Crafted writing


On the Fiction Writing forum

We're playing an Adjective game on the forum, based on this week's article. The aim is to reduce a string of adjectives to a single modifier, or even to come up with a better noun that makes the adjectives redundant.

Have a go on the forum!


Fiction Writing Shop at BellaOnline

Visit the Fiction Writing Shop at BellaOnline for gift ideas to spoil yourself or a friend, or to invest in books to improve your writing craft.†

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