The Sandwich of MagicThere was once a magical, happy pony named Pinkie Pie who lived in Ponyville. She was friends with everybody in Equestria except Gilda the griffon. Gilda thought that Pinkie Pie was a crazy, uncool pony. Pinkie thought otherwise, so she talked to Twilight Sparkle the magical librarian princess and asked for her advice on how to befriend Gilda. Twilight told Pinkie that she should use her magical Pinkie powers to make Gilda a present. So Pinkie made a magical sandwich and gave it to Gilda. After some thought, Gilda ate the sandwich. The magic sandwich made her so happy, she exploded into rainbow griffon bits. The end.The Sandwich of Magic by TurkeySM
Writer's Tip: Writing Effective SentencesSentences—if the plot is the backbone of a story, then sentences are the muscles and tendons keeping it glued together. Unfortunately, writing solid sentences isn’t easy for everyone. As Human beings, we don’t speak the same way we write. Unless you do a lot of writing, you may have trouble putting together even the simplest of sentences. The last time you took a good look at a sentence and broke it down into its individual parts was probably around 3rd grade. Don’t worry—I’m here to help.Writer's Tip: Writing Effective Sentences by DarlingMionette
There’s More Than One Type of Sentence
There are (roughly) four different types of sentences, and we’re going to get into each of the different types (with examples!).
Simple Sentences – This is a sentence in its truest form. A simple sentence is the statement of a single idea in a direct, clear way. Most simple sentences contain less than 20 words, but it is best if you keep your word count aver