When you first learned about adverbs in grade school, you probably practiced writing sentence is such as, “Mary walked slowly while talking loudly to Joe.” While this type of sentence gives information about how Mary walked and talked, it has no place in writing professional-grade fiction. In order to engage the reader and to immerse them in the action and the motion of your fiction writing, you must get rid of your reliance on adverbs.
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Adverbs Be Gone – What’s Wrong With Them?
Adverbs are perfectly good parts of speech. They give information about how, when, or where an action takes place. Problem with using adverbs when writing fiction is twofold. First, they tell the reader what is going on instead of showing in a descriptive manner. Second, they are ill easy way to use language.