Storic is Moving! Hey everyone! I just wanted to let you know that Storic is officially getting its own blog. When I first started I didn’t think it would grow so fast! Today marks 500 views! I’m so thrilled to have all of your support. While I will continue to post my posts here (StoryContinue reading “Storic is Moving!”
Given my story is called “Change,” I found the title of Julianna’s story Inertia intriguing. Inertia is defined as a tendency to stay the same unless acted on by an outside force. Given that Inertia is a college story, I’m interested to see how this plays out.
going to change during their journey. The person who leaves behind their home isn’t going to come back the same. It’s why the “belly of the whale” part of the story often comes immediately after the hero crosses the first threshold.
When it comes to writing a story, the words are only part of what makes it flow. There are many other key factors that play a role in writing fantastic sentences. One of those key factors is the punctuation that you use. I’ve already discussed commas, so now we’re going to focus on ending punctuation.
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