By Aggie Villanueva/ Whittle away what buries the art of your words beneath pulp, no matter the topic, no matter the genre. Absolutely eliminate passive voice with these two basic, but dynamic tips.
- Passive: Here’s a quick tip that will automatically force you to write an active sentence rather than a passive one. (19 words)
- Active Rewrite: Try this tip to auto-force an actively written sentence. (9 words)
- Passive: The wisest choice is to always choose the active form over the passive. (10 words)
- Active Rewrite: Always choose active writing over passive. (6 words)
To learn more about the art of rewriting you ay purchase Aggie’s book The Rewritten Word: How to Sculpt Literary Art No Matter The Genre. A published author at Thomas Nelson before she was 30, bestselling author Aggie Villanueva published Chase the Wind and Rightfully Mine, both Thomas Nelson 1980s, she is now a multiple fiction & nonfiction Amazon/Kindle category bestseller, also making Top Rated list in three categories for her how-to The Rewritten Word. Aggie founded Promotion á la Carte, author promotional services July 2010 and 6 months later was voted #2 at Predators & Editors in the Promotion category. Among other sites, she regularly teaches author promotion at BookBuzzr Blog, Book Marketing Technoligies Center Webinars, Promotion a la Carte Blog and Promotion a la Carte Radio. Villanueva is also a critically acclaimed photographic artist represented by galleries nationwide, including Xanadu Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ. Contact Villanueva at firstname.lastname@example.org.