Adverbs – Not always a bad thing

I published my first novel innocently, by which I mean I wasn’t fully aware of most rules surrounding fiction writing, as expounded by editorial and marketing experts. So it was only after July 2015 that I encountered the bottomless internet pit of advice for the hoping-to-be-published, the soon-to-be-published, the long-ago-published-now-forgotten, and the almost-certainly-never-to-be-published. This is what I perceive to […]

via The day the adverb (nearly) died — jessicanorrie

About Val McBeath

Born and raised in Liverpool (UK), I live in Cheshire with husband, youngest daughter, and cat. In addition to family history, interests include rock music and Liverpool Football Club. Prior to writing, I trained as a scientist and worked in the pharmaceutical industry for many years. In 2012, I set up my own consultancy business and now split my time between business and writing.
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2 Responses to Adverbs – Not always a bad thing

  1. This will probably be the oldest comment ever on your bog but I think at the time I wrote this post about adverbs I didn’t understand how pingbacks worked or that I should thank the other blogger for their interest. Anyway, I’m still going (most recent post is about italics), hope you are, and what a good time for one Liverpool supporter to contact another (though it’s more my son really.) All the best.

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