The Only 7 Writing Rules You’ll Ever Need

Ania Kiplan

My passion for storyology started at a typical young age, but with a desire to do it forever. That's why before I started my true writing journey, I taught writing and reading in high school classrooms in AZ. Later, I started writing part-time toward a goal of being published. All the while, trying to help others like me with my storyology blog.

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6 Responses

  1. Nikki says:

    This is a great post! My first thought after reading the intro was, ” I have to thank this woman for doing all of that research, for saving me the time and energy!” I know I would’ve done the same thing!

  2. Rob Bradfield says:

    In your introduction you say . . . There are just as many ways to do it wrong as there is to do it right.
    It should read . . . There are just as many ways to do it wrong as there ARE to do it right.

    Rob

  3. Keith says:

    “Never use adverbs”
    If you can’t use them then why are they in the dictionary? Pick up a best seller and you’ll find plenty of adverbs!

    This is poor advice.

    • Ania Kiplan says:

      I understand your frustration with that one because I write with adverbs, too. It’s not that you can’t use them as much as there are better ways to write than to use them.
      Also, keep in mind that a best-seller doesn’t indicate good content. That’s just good marketing.

      • The Pretty Pearl says:

        You’re correct on that last point, amigo. Some books just make me want to slam my head against a wall.

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