Dialogue Tags and How to Use Them

Dialogue tags are words which refer dialogue to a specific character. “Said” and “asked” are two common examples of dialogue tags. “I won’t help her!” said Christina. Dialogue tags are an important aspect of writing. When scenes have several characters, they help determine which character is speaking. Novice writers tend to use dialogue tags with…

By R.D. Hayes 2018-10-17 0

Supplements and Nondrug Treatments for Chronic or Frequent Headaches

My doctor gave me a short list of what I should be taking since I have Familial Hemiplegic Migraines and I thought I’d share it with you. These are vitimins which are supposed to help withour bodies and hopefully keep those debilitating migraines away.  Magnesium- take 200 to 400 mg dailly.  Riboflavin (B2)- at least…

By R.D. Hayes 2018-09-18 0

5 Types of Writing

There are five types of writing; narrative, descriptive, expository, persuasive, and creative. These four writing types can overlap each other and each one has a different purpose.   Narrative Writing: This writing recounts personal experiences as a story and always includes characters, a setting, and a plot. An example would be a short story, a…

By R.D. Hayes 2016-12-28 0