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The Importance of Point of View: Part IV: Third Person

Welcome back! In this final installment in my series on point of view (POV), I will be discussing the most popular point of view used in fiction: third person. The different points of view and the use of first-person and second-person POVs were covered earlier in this series. Third person…

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SUNDAY REBLOG: 5 Ways to Make Better Writing Resolutions in 2016 – Helping Writers Become Authors via @KMWeiland

This year, take your writing resolutions beyond wishful maybes and make them happen. Here are five ways you can make better writing resolutions this year. Source: 5 Ways to Make Better Writing Resolutions in 2016 – Helping Writers Become Authors

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Character Motivation: Sunday Reblog

Should your characters change during your story? The state of your the actors in your plot can drive your story or make it stagnant. This excerpt from an older post at WritersDigest.com is worth another look. Read on.     4 Ways to Motivate Characters and Plot Some of your…

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REVIEW: Scrivener Writing Software (Updated Nov. 2017)

In the last couple of months, Scrivener writing software has become an essential tool for me both for writing and business tasks. Literature and Latte, the makers of Scrivener, describe the software as “a powerful content-generation tool for writers that allows you to concentrate on composing and structuring long and…

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SUNDAY REBLOG: Why You Should Do NaNoWriMo… And Why You Shouldn’t « terribleminds: Chuck Wendig

Should you do NanoWriMo or not? Chuck Wendig over at terribleminds has some thoughts on the matter. Source: Why You Should Do NaNoWriMo… And Why You Shouldn’t « terribleminds: chuck wendig

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