A Case of the Herky-jerkies

First drafts are often marred by repetitive, halting sentences. That’s why they’re first drafts. Give your work a close read to iron out redundancies and poor rhythm. For example: BUMPY: After applicants pass the exam, they can enroll in an Arizona State program, a pilot program established in Tucson called Tucson Achievers. SMOOTH: After applicants … Continue reading