This summary contains two miniseries, a to-be-continued post on pronouns, and two special holiday posts. If you missed any spoonfuls, this is an easy way to catch up. As with the two earlier summaries, just click on any title that interests you, and you'll be brought right to it.
Spoonful #36: Time for TRANSITIONS
This post started off my transitions miniseries with transitions that introduce new information.
Spoonful #37: Transitions for CONTRAST
In contrast from the previous post, this post covers transitions that introduce contrasting information.
Spoonful #38: IPSO FACTO: Logical Transitions
These are transitions that introduce expected results.
Spoonful #39: TIMELY Transitions
This category of transitions makes your writing orderly and sequential.
Spoonful #40: Transitions that Introduce Examples
One of these is "for example." To read more, click on the title!
Spoonful #41: Transitions that SIGNAL CONCLUSIONS
A fitting conclusion to my transitions series.
Spoonful #42: HOLIDAY PRETZEL HUGS & KISSES
This special post features an easy and delicious recipe that I make every holiday season.
Spoonful #43: Ask Laura!
Ask me your burning grammar, punctuation, and vocabulary questions anytime, and I'll address them right away or devote a future post to them!
Spoonful #44: PERSONAL PRONOUNS
Personal Pronouns refer to people, places, and things. Just try to write or speak without them, and you'll see how important they are. They also help to introduce the POV series that follows.
Spoonful #45: POINT OF VIEW: 3RD PERSON OMNISCIENT
This POV features an all-knowing" narrator with the ability to see inside every character's thoughts.
Spoonful #46: 3RD PERSON LIMITED POV
This POV features a narrator who tells the story through one character's perspective.
Spoonful #47: 1st PERSON POV
This POV features "I" in the narration, because the narrator is a character in the book.
Spoonful 48: 2ND PERSON POV
This POV talks directly to YOU, the reader.
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Have a wonderful week! I'll see you again next Sunday
with a brand new spoonful.
Laura Fineberg Cooper
A Spoonful of Grammar