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Editor's Notes #50, Comma Use #10 and Romance Novel Writing Conference
March 03, 2008
Hello,

Lisa Jackson, regular bestselling author on the New York Times, USA Today and Publisher’s Weekly lists, will discuss Hot Sex, Cold Death: Writing Your Romantic Suspense Novel
-- Press Release


In this issue:

1. Commma Use #10 Separate repeated modifiers

2. Writers Get Together

3. Book Reviews

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1. Comma Use #10
We are continuing with the series on the uses of the comma. To see the uses we discussed previously, click on the link below to the newsletter archive.

Use a comma to separate repeated modifiers.

Example: He was very, very happy to find dinner on the table.

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2. Writers Get Together
If you write romance novels, Write On, Vancouver is for you. Early bird reduced fees are on offer until March 31.

If you will be on Vancouver Island in mid-March, consider some of the events at the 2nd Pacific Festival of the Book.

Both of these events for writers are highlighted in the editor's services blog.

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3. Book Reviews
There are two new book reviews of self-published books at Writer's Helper. Women Who Could...And Did and Skunk Hollow Times have made it through to publication. You can read these and other book reviews at http://www.writershelper.com/bookreviews.html.

Reviewing self-published books is just one of the services at Writer's Helper.

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