When Lyn Cote became a mother, she gave up teaching, and while raising a son and a daughter, she began working on her first novel. Long years of rejection followed. Finally in 1997, Lyn got "the call." Since then, Lyn has written over twenty-five novels. In 2006 Lyn's book, Chloe, was a finalist for the RITA, one of the highest awards in the romance genre.
Compound: subject + verb + conjunction + subject + verb.
Complex: subordinate conjunction + subject + verb, (comma) subject + verb.
Compound-complex: a compound and a complex sentence joined by a conjunction.
These are the basic building blocks for every page you will ever write. So you ask, what's a dramatic about them? How could Margaret Mitchell, the Brontës, and Jane Austin do magic with these building blocks? Here's how.
These seven rules are the touchstones of dramatic sentences. And, once you can create dramatic sentences, you'll be able to use those sentences to build evocative stories and articles -- and make sales.