Nink ~ Code-Switching: More Than Just Slang

In today’s fast-paced society, it’s extremely common to shorten or truncate language in order to get a message across quickly and efficiently. We can see this penchant for abbreviation in things like the 250-character tweet or text messages filled with linguistic [...]

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Nink: How to Make Your Readers Really Feel ~ Writing the Emotion!

This article by Joanne Grant is from the January 2022 edition of Nink, the monthly newsletter of Novelists, Inc.  (NINC). Nink, which is packed each month with informative articles for career novelists, is a benefit of NINC membership.  If you want [...]

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Nink: Baby Talk ~ How To Write Kids’ Dialogue That Doesn’t Suck

This article, written by Marsha Zinberg is from the August 2021 edition of Nink, the monthly newsletter of Novelists, Inc.  (NINC). Nink, which is packed each month with informative articles for career novelists, is a benefit of NINC membership.  I can still [...]

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Nink: Dialogue Tags

This article by Joanne Grant is from the January 2021 edition of Nink, the monthly newsletter of Novelists, Inc.  (NINC). Nink, which is packed each month with informative articles for career novelists, is a benefit of NINC membership.  “What’s the fuss [...]

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