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Tips in Feature Writing

Tuesday, July 28th, 2009:

Here are some simple tips in enhancing your feature writing. 1. Use alliterations. Example: “We happily hopped out the truck…” “[The rain] waltzed with the wind!” “Nothing super specific. Nothing deadly demanding. Nothing surprisingly strange.” “The only things duplicated close to reality were our smiles exuding excitement.” “…it could mean a warm welcome, a bubbly birthday greeting, a great gratitude, a crowning congratulations, a friendly farewell…” 2. Use rhymes. The tone of your piece is vital. Sprinkling some rhymes will make the feature more readable. But be aware not to overdo it, or your write-up will end up as a […] Read More →

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