I came across this on Online Writing Jobs and thought you’d enjoy it!
This month, it is Pearseus: Rise of the Prince that’s on sale. Read the second book in my best-selling epic fantasy series for only 99c (no, you don’t need to have read the first book to make sense of it).
Great tip. It’s a little thing, but it does make a difference when reading.
Absolutely! Thanks and welcome 🙂
I just started a new job and this very topic was part of the induction test!
Lol – talk about synchronicity! I hope you found the infographic helpful. 🙂
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Another great tip, Nicholas! I’m glad I’m one of those ‘fortunates’ who does this instinctively… and now I know what it’s called!!!
😀 😀 Great tips.
You are welcome. 😉
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Parallelism is so important, so read, learn, and enjoy!
Great info. Never really paid attention to if I do this or not. I think the ‘right’ way was drilled into me back in school. We’re surprisingly sensitive to grammar.
That’s very true. I occasionally come across a sentence where something jars, and I’m not sure what. Info like this makes it clearer.
Very helpful information. I both tweeted it and pinned it on a Pinterest board. 🙂
Nice tip. I use parallelism a lot in my writing but never knew the official term for it.
Same here, that’s why I had to share 🙂
Same here! However, I think it’s better to use the right way instinctively than to use it because you’re applying theory! So, yay us!
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Great writing tip; check it out!
To be a writer. pianist player, art, painter is difficult and not easy! Great & Informative post!