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The second option seems better. I would also like to suggest a change. " I've recently sold my first book, a period drama which I wrote years ago, and have another book optioned. To address your first concern, you can use an additional 'I' , it's not grammatically incorrect. It's just that in English we try to minimise the repetition of the same word in a ...


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First, definitions: The '...' is called an ellipses. The long dash '--' is called an em dash. The em dash is an old printer's term meaning a dash that is the width of the uppercase 'M' letter. The em dash--sometimes written 'em-dash'--is the widest letter in the type case on the upper shelf of the typesetter's composition bench. A hyphen '-', by the way, is ...


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