Essential Writers’ Tips – Cut The Adverbs

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To use or not to use adverbs is one big controversy in the writing world. The rule is to use them sparingly if at all.

I loved using adverbs because they were convenient, but as I started understudy on how to write professionally it was challenging to learn how not to make the mistake of the constant use of adverbs.

I still get tempted to – by the force of habit – but with consistent practice, it gets better.

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It’s time for another promotion, and so I have listed my latest science-fiction mystery-thriller novel Come Apart for a low low Kindle price of .99 cents for this week.  It will remain .99 cents for the week, but revert back to $2.99 on Monday the 22nd.  

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By Michael Wilson – (A 4 star review, but still a good review)  Only Roger Colby writes better than Ludlum.  Speaking as a man whose life isn’t exactly where he wants it to be, I find Roger’s main character Michael to be pretty compelling. Add the creepy vagabond and the amnesiac teenager who connect with him in SOME way…that Roger cleverly conceals until pages from the end.  Reminds me a little of Joss Whedon’s ‘Cabin in the Woods’ in that you get the feeling that…

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