Episode 9 - Get Active! Using the right verbs and the right voice to energise your story

May 03, 2014 00:15:25
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The Creative Writer's Toolbelt
Episode 9 - Get Active! Using the right verbs and the right voice to energise your story
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In this episode I cover two issues, using precise and powerful verbs, and also using the active rather than passive voice to energise and drive your story

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