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This tag should be used for questions that deal with a consistent style in your writing, such as when asking about typical ways to introduce a certain aspect to your reader by showing-telling or if you are concerned that your readers might feel that a change in the point of view might be perceived as inconcsistency.

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You have "Mary; who" in one place and "Mary? who" in another. Both are wrong. Use a comma.
answered Oct 29 '19 by Ray Butterworth
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If you are trying to minimize the number of words, it will help a lot if you stick to the old rule, Show, don't tell — Wikipedia (a good rule to follow even if you aren't trying to save words). Telli …
answered Nov 14 '19 by Ray Butterworth