EBS’s Masterpost of Articles

Punctuation

Dot Dot Not: The Right Way to Use Ellipses

Restrictive vs. Non-restrictive Clauses

“That’s What She Said!” SleepyValentina Expounds on Dialogue

Grammar

A Blonde Walks Into a Bar” Wait… Is That Right?

Deconstructing You and Me… Or Is It I?

“I Wish They May, and I Wish They Might…”

Restrictive vs. Non-restrictive Clauses

The Most Abused Sub in Fic Doesn’t Have a Safe Word: Using the Subjunctive Mood

“Who Are You? Who? Whom? Who? WHAT?” — Using Who, Whom, Whose, and Who’s

Writing

Chocolate Orbs Melt in Your Mouth, Not In Your Hands: Avoiding Fandom Clichés, Part I

Chocolate Orbs Melt in Your Mouth, Not In Your Hands: Avoiding Fandom Clichés, Part II

SleepyValentina on Writing Flashbacks Without Resorting to Italics

“That’s What She Said!” SleepyValentina Expounds on Dialogue

There Is a Grammar Fairy (and She Usually Travels via FedEx)

Misc

10 Tips to Make Your Beta Love You

Subjects covered: punctuation around dialogue tags, names, nicknames and terms of endearment, spelling, tenses, proofreading, apostrophes, general tips on writing.

Back to Basics: A Compilation of Tips and Pet-peeves in Writing, Part I

Subjects covered: breathe vs. breath, it’s vs. its, led vs. lead, loose vs. lose, too vs. to vs. two, semicolons.

Back to Basics: A Compilation of Tips and Pet-peeves in Writing, Part II

Subjects covered: action tags, dialogue tags.

Back to Basics: A Compilation of Tips and Pet-peeves in Writing, Part III

Subjects covered: commas.

TwitTips February 20, 2011

Subjects covered: lay vs. lie.

TwitTips February 26, 2011

Subjects covered: a while vs. awhile, accept vs. except, affect vs. effect, dialogue tags.

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