Tag: Sentence

How to Avoid Clichés When Writing

20 Dec, 2015 , , , , ,

Every writer has been guilty of making a cliché at some point in time. While they may seem harmless enough, they can water down the quality of your work. So, what exactly are clichés and how do you avoid them? Clichés Defined By definition, a cliché is any expression or idea that’s overused to the […]

Common Writing Mistakes to Avoid

30 Oct, 2015 , , , , , , , , ,

Fused Sentences I think every author has been guilty of making this mistake (including myself). A fused sentence, also known as a run-on sentence, occurs when two or more clauses are unnecessarily joined together. If the clauses can stand alone as their own separate sentences, you should either split them into two sentences or add […]

Find your Passion

27 Feb, 2015 , , ,

What do you want to be, do, and have? My mentor, Zig Ziglar, says, “You’ve got to be before you can do, and do before you can have.” In other words, having what you want is not as easy as snapping your fingers. First you have to do the work (e.g., learn how to play the […]

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