Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay Hi SErs! Harmony here 🙂 Today, I'd like to talk about how to write Point of View (POV) in the First Person perspective. First Person narrative is almost as up close and personal as your writing gets. What is First Person POV? First Person POV is told from the … Continue reading How to Write Point of View, Part 2, First Person
Hi, SEers! You're with Mae today. Remember when you were a kid, afraid of monsters? They exist in writing, too. Bet you didn't expect that, but take it from me—your resident cryptid, monster lover—not all strange creatures are bad. Let's remember that Mary Shelly's creation—Frankenstein's monster—was actually a sensitive, articulate soul. He started out as … Continue reading Conquer Your Monsters #WIPs
Hi SEers. John with you today. I had a sudden awakening before writing this post, and it made me feel somewhat uncomfortable. I think I can describe it but bear with me. To try, I will give you a hypothetical entry in my diary. (I really don't have a diary, but it makes it a little … Continue reading Why Am I Avoiding Working on My WIP?
Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay Hi SErs! Harmony here 🙂 Today, I'd like to introduce a series of posts on how to write Point of View (POV). Below is an overview of the planned post series: How to Write Point of View, Part 1, OverviewHow to Write Point of View, Part 2, First PersonHow … Continue reading How to Write Point of View, Part 1, Overview
Hi, SEers! You’re with Mae for a look at plotting your WIP. I will say right off the bat, I’m a plantster when it comes to working my way through any WIP. Half-pantser, half plotter. I often don’t know how my book will end until I reach the last quarter and start to knit threads … Continue reading Don’t Cheat Your Reader #twists #foreshadowing