Nearly four years ago, I published an article titled Spelling tips – It’s your game they’re looking for. The concept was simple: Since what we do is sometimes called creative writing, shouldn’t we show some competency with the writing part? We also certainly don’t want to turn new players off with our own poor spelling or grammar, right? That piece covered the proper use of its/it’s, your/you’re, and there/their/they’re. Today we’re going to look at five more situations that are often confused. Continue reading Spelling Tips: Part Deux
Nothing turns off new players to a game more than a poorly written post. A misplaced apostrophe could very well send someone in search of a new role playing home away from your sim and to the next. Continue reading Spelling tips – It’s your game they’re looking for
Hey y’all! Tib here with a little misc post about stuff that regularly plagues the common writer. This will go through the most common things that can happen, such as simple grammar mistakes that make you explode in an unjoyful way. Here we-a go! Continue reading Tib’s Corner – Plagues of the Writer
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I know that this is probably a little pedantic of me, but I’m kind of a grammar freak. (Im a, grammer freek.) I’m going to talk about dialogue tags and the punctuation involved in them.
There are some of you currently saying “What? What are dialogue tags?” I will tell you in the next sentence, because that is a very good question. Dialogue tags are the things you attach with dialogue, like “he said.” As I mentioned earlier, I will go over how these work and what punctuation to use when. Continue reading Grammar lesson: Using dialogue tags correctly