This grammar technique has been on my mind for a while. Here I explore its usefulness and how it effects us all.
Constituents are parts that make up a whole. Nouns, verbs, and other parts of speech combine to make phrases. A single phrase or a collection of phrases constitute a clause, and a clause or a collection of clauses form a sentence. This is where things get interesting. Ever wonder why English speakers of various backgrounds … Continue reading Constituents: It’s All Been Said Before
Most of my writing of late has been dedicated to my workshop story, Autumn Festival. This one by far looks to be my best work, containing a protagonist that is round and dynamic and static characters that, while sometimes flat, have personalities that excite at every dialogue line. Upon completion it will be about ten … Continue reading Recent Writing Goals