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June 28 2007 Fiction Writing Newsletter


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Volume 2, Edition 20

28 June 2007

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In this issue:

- Proofreading tips

- Past and present tense

- Related articles

- Previous articles

- On the forum

- Fiction Writing Shop

 Tips for proofreading your manuscript

Proofreading goes hand in hand with the editing phase of creating your manuscript. Here are some simple tricks for carefully proofreading shorter works, and advice on tackling the proofreading of longer novel-length manuscripts.

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 Past and present tense

Past tense narrative, with present tense character dialogue, has been common practice for a long time. But writers have been experimenting with tense, especially in shorter works and literary fiction. Selecting the tense for your story is something to consider early on in the process.

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 Related links and articles

Critiquing your own manuscript

Adjectives and Adverbs - editing skills

 Previous articles on the Fiction Writing site 

Developing your writing style

Writing effective dialogue

The Tough Guide to Fantasyland - Review

 On the Fiction Writing forum

Do you have any areas in your writing that you need help with? 

Come and chat with us on the forum!

Or show off your knowledge of fiction writers by playing the Writers Alphabet Game.

  Fiction Writing Shop at BellaOnline

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