I've tried Google and I've tried searching this forum, but I'm just not seeing the specific answer to my question. Here are three examples I found in my work while preparing for revision. I do this A LOT because it feels natural to me, but just because something feels natural doesn't mean it's correct. Peg approached Orgull and bowed, her enormous shirt dragging against the stone floor. Sobek shaved and dressed, looking terrific in his newly-washed clothes. He worked furiously, levering the top of the pin with the edge of his dagger. Aside from the fact that these sentences are terrible, is this kind of shift from past to present 1) grammatically correct? 2) a good choice stylistically? 3) a habit I need to break? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!