London-bred activist Qiara Rana will do anything to save her mentor and their NGO, Girls Rock!, from ruin. Even if it means visiting the city she had vowed never to return to. But within a few hours of landing in New Delhi, she is being chased by a gunman and is a potential suspect in the murder of a high profile businessman. The only person she can turn to for help is Kabir Shorey, the man who stood her up ten years ago.
This week I’m going to talk about some interesting punctuation marks that you should certainly try in your writing.
First, I’m going to define what a clause is, because we’ll be talking about it a lot in the following section.
A clause is a group of words – it forms part of a sentence AND contains a subject and a verb.
For example: Tanay stepped into the en-suite bathroom and began to look for a shaving kit.
When it refers to real life, a Point of View is the “position from which something is viewed”. In story-telling, it translates into “who is telling the story?”Whose viewpoint is it? How much of it is biased because it is only one point of view? How much can a reader believe if it is coming from one ‘position’ only?Let me try and answer these questions.