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Passive Writing

I found this post whilst researching passive writing today. There are some incredible tips and illustrations here and I’m sure you will benefit from reading it. I am certainly going to keep reading tips from Stacey Wilk.

If you have any active writing tips please do leave a comment below.

I teach a creative writing workshop to middle school students about writing in the active voice. Active voice gives writing more punch. Passive writing makes writing weak. Even if you don’t write fiction, all writing can benefit from active voice. The easiest way to learn how to write in active voice is to avoid the […]

via Editing Tip Tuesday — Stacey Wilk – Author, Teacher, Editor

 

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