Creating conflict with characters.

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10 Deadly Poisons - A crime writer's resource - Writers Write

10 Deadly Poisons - A crime writer's resource

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100 ways to say "said"

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Great chart with comma rules. I'd add that Rule 2 doesn't change even when you follow AP style and omit the final comma in a series. Also, commas almost never go after "and" or "but."

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other ways to say...

Other ways to say | Just in Time English

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Critical Thinking Behaviours

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A Little Cheat Sheet To Avoid Using The Word ‘Very’ -- Picture from the movie 'The Dead Poets Society'

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45 Ways to Avoid using "Very" #writing #editing #tips

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A Writer's Resource - 16 Types of Governments - Writers Write

A Writer's Resource - 16 Types of Governments

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10+ words you can cut from your writing for leaner, tighter prose.

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The BIGGER the issue, the SMALLER you write.

"The bigger the issue, the smaller you write. Remember that....

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See how many you can use in one story

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Been through every single one of these!

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600 Other Ways to Say Common Things: Improving Student Vocabulary

600 Other Ways To Say Common Things: Improving Student Vocabulary

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Handout or mini-poster on colorful words writers can use instead of "said." Students can put the b&w version in their writing notebooks for reference.

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THIS IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THING I'VE EVER SEEN.

THIS IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THING I'VE EVER SEEN. - Craft ~ Your ~ Home

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Great chart with comma rules. I'd add that Rule 2 doesn't change even when you follow AP style and omit the final comma in a series. Also, commas almost never go after "and" or "but."

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Writing Aid - words that describe someone's voice

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If you're wondering how to write the beginning of a novel, here are 10 things you should avoid doing in your first three chapters.

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Writing - quote by Danielle Orner

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