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August 06, 2009

Get Your Writing to Flow

Want some great tips to get your writing to flow? Check out How to Add Flow to Your Writing from  Men With Pens. The author suggests you read your writing aloud with a pen or marker in hand -- not to find grammatical errors, but to evaluate flow. Here's why:
When you read aloud, you’ll find certain sentences don’t sound right. Your tongue trips over them. You lose track of what you were trying to say. You find that the comma you inserted in the middle there makes you sound like you have a mild speech disorder.

Great advice!



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'Tis indeed a great idea! And even better - it works :)

Thanks for the linkback, and blog on!

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