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Never use the words "suddenly" or "all hell broke loose"
<p><b>More and more writers</b> are finding us every day... so we added a feedback button along the left side of the site. It's faint so it won't disturb your writing. Don't hesitate to give us feedback if you have suggestions or comments, or if you just want to vent a bit before you start writing your page. </p> <p> Aren't the glimpses fun? I know it takes a bit of courage to submit one, but be assured they are fully anonymous and won't display your name, etc. Go ahead, cut loose and share a bit. It helps to inspire others. </p> <p> <b>Writing tip of the day to follow (or break it for fun):</b> <i>Never use the words "suddenly" or "all hell broke loose". This rule doesn't require an explanation. I have noticed that writers who use "suddenly" tend to exercise less control in the application of exclamation points.</i> (from The Guardian). </p>

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