The rules of referencing are both finite and logical. They are quick and easy to learn, which gives a writer no excuse not to memorise them and apply them consistently.
Curiously enough, Anton Maurus has just finished writing the first draft of a historical drama about the mysterious death of another Anton Maurus.
Is it actually a good idea to ignore grammatical rules in everyday speech and then expect ourselves to switch them back on when we sit down to write something serious?
Blood Vows is Helen Cummings’ story of suffering through an abusive marriage, finding the courage to escape domestic violence and facing the reality of her ex-husband later committing familicide.
Using more words often unnecessarily complicates things. Sometimes less is more! Writing concisely will increase the pace (and therefore the readability) of your prose.