Basic Rules of Writing

Firstly, it would be best if one were aware of the basic rules of grammar. The difference between formal writing and informal writing is crucial. Secondly, one needs to know the difference between American English and British English. For example: colour (British English) color (American English) Eg: specialiSe or specialiZe; through or thru; center or centre; program or programme. etc. There is a distinct difference between those two types of English and what most people do is they use it interchangeably which is very unprofessional. Thirdly, I have often noticed that when people chat or write an email, they use the unnecessary ellipsis - those three (or more) dots, abbreviations and chatti

The Rumble

A girl stood on a heap of ruins. The dust was fresh in the air. Her teddy bear was soaked with dark blood. Her ears were ringing, and she couldn’t understand. She looked at the prisoned skies. It was a blue sky. With trails of long smoke. The fighters were coming back for the last check. Her sight fell below. She saw three corpses on the group, splintered and marred in a pool of splattered blood. Their eyes were wide open. They knew it might come. But they couldn’t react to its arrival. There was no time to react. Body parts were lifeless, their eyes open and cold. The deepest cold on this earth in the most beautiful eyes. It was that of her mother’s, father’s and brothers. The voice speakin