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Creative writing tip

by Sarah
(USA)

Don't overuse I, the character's name, he, she or it.


Not: She ran through the rain. She had to get to her best friend's house. She had promised she would be there at eight.

But: Jane ran through the rain. She had to get to her friend's house because she had promised to be there at eight.

ANSWER:

That is a good tip, Sarah, and you have also demonstrated how a complex sentence can effectively replace several simple sentences.

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