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Structuring Stories Really Works !

Today, just a short followup on last week’s post, about planning stories. The previous post, about structuring your story, was itself a followup to a previous note I sent to NewsBlaze writers, about layout and subheadings. This week, I wrote a story using that “CopyBlogger” planning method, and I liked the results I got. I […]

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Plan To Write, Write To A Plan

I planned to write a note about improving stories, and then I found a great post from Copyblogger, Pamela Wilson. Pamela’s story, “A Simple Plan for Writing One Powerful Piece of Online Content per Week” covers some of the things I wanted to say, but also goes into much more, about structuring the production of […]

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Relative Clauses May Be About Uncles And Aunts

Whether we realize it or not, we all use relative clauses in our grammar. The main use of the relative clause is that it tells us which person or thing we are referring to, in a sentence. A relative clause is easy to recognize because we use one of these four “W” words: who, whom, […]

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Formatting Paragraphs For Easy Reading

First, The Easy Way When you visit a news site or blog with a long story and very few paragraph breaks, you probably find it difficult to read. Very long paragraphs are hard to read for many reasons. A massive amount of text in a single block doesn’t give you any visual clues about what […]

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