Never run on

by Meghan

You want your reader to be interested every single second they are reading. Make sure you don't have too many words on one subject because eventually they will get bored.

If you think you need to keep writing about something but think you have put too much, re-read it and there might be some sentences or paragraphs you don't need and you can cut it out.

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Apr 02, 2010
by: Anonymous... for now.

So your thing was really helpful it helped me because I am ALWAYS running on sometimes when i look at a writing that i did a long time ago a whole sentence would be a chapter it looked like the period button was broken lol it is funny to see how bad i was a long time ago.
(I didn't add periods or anything just to annoy you, lol!!!)

Jun 23, 2009
Great tip
by: Anonymous gal

I think that tip was very helpful. It actually helped me with writing an essay.

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