How To Write A Fight Scene - keep it interesting and non-cliched!  http://www.quickanddirtytips.com/education/grammar/how-to-write-a-fight-scene

How To Write A Fight Scene - keep it interesting and non-cliched! http://www.quickanddirtytips.com/education/grammar/how-to-write-a-fight-scene

I'm native English speaker but have learnt quite a lot of Spanish over the years.and sometimes I forget English words and can only remember the Spanish translation.<< Same with me only I speak French rather then Spanish

Loved the idea before the last.. All of them are really good! Someone write this!!

Loved the idea before the last.. All of them are really good! Someone write this!!

We all know those tired clichés. It’s time to kill them. Take one of them and turn them on their heads or at least these will hopefully keep the errors out of your writing. If you think of any other way to change them up go right ahead. Happy hunting!

We all know those tired clichés. It’s time to kill them. Take one of them and turn them on their heads or at least these will hopefully keep the errors out of your writing. If you think of any other way to change them up go right ahead. Happy hunting!

#Cliches are everywhere, especially in #YA. Learn what's been overdone and how to avoid it or make it new. http://inkandquills.com/2015/02/04/10-worn-out-ya-cliches/

#Cliches are everywhere, especially in #YA. Learn what's been overdone and how to avoid it or make it new. http://inkandquills.com/2015/02/04/10-worn-out-ya-cliches/

"Doubt it, last time we had a 'chosen one' he survived 10 minutes in the battle" "Thought so" "Hey! Where are you going? Come back! We still need you!"

"Doubt it, last time we had a 'chosen one' he survived 10 minutes in the battle" "Thought so" "Hey! Where are you going? Come back! We still need you!"

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