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Punctuation 101: A Fiction Writer's Guide to Getting it Right

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You don’t need to be an expert in grammar and punctuation to write great novels, but you do need to learn the basics. This handy reference includes all the need-to-know punctuation rules for fiction writers, and it’s presented in a clear, user-friendly format with lots examples for the visual learner—including some from popular novels.

Award-winning novelist Jill Williamson
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Paperback, 160 pages
Published September 26th 2018 by Novel Teen Press
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I wrote this book for the writers I met on goteenwriters.com who said they wanted such a book. I hope this helps, you guys. Keep on writing!
Deborah O'Carroll
I had the chance to help beta-read/proofread this little book and I absolutely loved it! PUNCTUATION 101 is practical, succinct, fun, and easy to read. I zoomed right through it! I learned a few things, and I think it will be a very helpful book to refer to in the future. :)
D.J. Edwardson
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This short little book gets right to the point. All those obscure rules and odd quirks of punctuation that give you fits are explained in quick, concise sections, written in a clear, accessible, and dare I say engaging way (if grammar can be engaging). All of which makes this is a tremendous resource for the fiction writer. It's got a great index for future reference, lots of examples, and answers just about every little niggling question you're likely to have.

It's not exhaustive, but it is emin
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Jill Williamson is a chocolate loving, daydreaming, creator of kingdoms and an award-winning fantasy and science fiction author of over twenty books including By Darkness Hid, which won several awards and was named a Best Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror novel of 2009 by VOYA magazine.

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