Learn how to punctuate for sense, mood and rhythm
This fiction-editing guide shows authors and editors how to use different types of punctuation in a novel.
I go beyond publishing-industry conventions and teach you how to play with punctuation so that your prose is clear but laced with mood and rhythm too.
Whether you're writing or editing fiction, and working on narrative or dialogue, this guide includes everything you need to know about how to use the following punctuation marks purposefully and appropriately:
> En dashes, em dashes and hyphens
> Round brackets
> Quotation marks (speech marks)
> Full points (or full stops)
> Exclamation marks
> Question marks
Language: English | Size: 0.9MB | Pages: 100 | Format: PDF (or paperback via Amazon) | Price: £8.99