POV… how and what to choose

One of the first things on which you need to decide when writing a story is point-of-view.   The four categories are:   First Person In a first-person narrative the story is relayed by a narrator who is also a character within the story, so that the narrator reveals...

Why you need to plan ahead…

Why you need to plan ahead — a writer’s tip.   When I wrote book #1, I pretty much had no idea what I was doing. I just ploughed ahead, one word after the other, one page after the other, one chapter after the other. It’s not a bad technique per se. Eh, it...

To Self-Pub or not to Self-Pub?

When I started writing the goal was to have, one day, a book in my hand with my name on it. Then I thought, if other people could also have it and enjoy it, that would be better. But, I’m a realistic person by nature. I have some talent, but I’m no J.K. Rowling; I...
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