I came across this article on DANGLING MODIFIERS and felt it was worth my time to share it with my fellow writers! Dangling modifiers definitely deserve an examination. According to Beth Hill, they don’t have a place in your fiction, and her article tells us why, giving excellent examples, which, once you read them, make absolute and total sense.

Beth Hill says, “Let’s review what dangling modifiers are and explore ways to clear your manuscripts of this common writing mistake.” To read her full article, please click on this link Dangling Modifiers – An Article by Fiction Editor, Beth Hill

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Written by : Mary M. Cushnie-Mansour

Canadian Author, Mary M. Cushnie-Mansour, known as “Writer on the Run” in the writing world, has had quite a life’s journey to reach her dream of becoming a published author. To learn more about Mary and her journey click here.

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