All about Dialogue tags By

Grammar and punctuation from Jane Straus’s Blue Book online.
Additional sources for grammar, style and usage can be found on theWomen on Writing website.

Purdue’s Online Writing Lab has extensive information about language usage, citations, formatting, and more.

How to use a semicolon, an amusing cartoon explanation from The Oatmeal.

How to use Microsoft Word’s track changes feature, from Ask Dave Taylor. Great for collaborative revision.

Proofreader and editor’s symbols From the University of Colorado at Boulder

Punctuation from Sweet Briar College.

Tighten Your Prose by Absolute Write

Screenplay structure by Michael Hauge. Useful for analyzing the plot of novels as well.

Get feedback from other female writers at She Writes.

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