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"At the moment I have many things I am changing about my first draft.  Tried to write it through NaNoWriMo twice. Also, I am contemplating changing my whole POV scheme and style.  Can one have a novel driven by both plot and character, or…"
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Colleen Michelle Johnson commented on the blog post 'How to Choose the Right Perspective for Your Book'
"I have recently found it difficult to decide on first person or first person multiple. Thank you for this information! It is exactly what I needed to help me focus."
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How to Choose the Right Perspective for Your Book

Posted on December 20, 2016 at 4:13pm 2 Comments

Before an any author dives into the creative process, it’s important to spend time reflecting on the best perspective and point of view for your prose. Each point of view offers a different art of storytelling and is worth exploring while you outline you novel. Here are some tips on each perspective to help you choose the right one for your magnum opus:  

 

First Person

First person offers an additional layer of intimacy between the reader and character and even…

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5 Differences Between Traditional and Self-Publishing

Posted on December 15, 2016 at 12:03pm 0 Comments

Debating whether to go the traditional or self-publishing route to make your book publishing dreams come true? Every author was in your shoes at one point or another, unsure of which publishing path was the right one. We are here to share with you the five key differences that will help you make an…

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How to Write a Compelling Summary of Your Book

Posted on November 22, 2016 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Wondering how to write your book synopsis for the back cover and Amazon pages? Don’t worry, many aspiring authors find themselves in a near nervous breakdown when reaching this part of the writing process. Most writers agree on one point: it’s easier to write too much than it is to condense your entire masterpiece. Summarizing your book, however, is the most important sentences about you’re book you’ll ever write and is your solo opportunity to sell your book to a reader. We’ve…

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How to Find a Book Editor

Posted on October 9, 2016 at 11:00am 3 Comments

So you’ve written your magnum opus. You spent the better half of the last year (or two, three, four...) pouring your imagination and heart into writing a book and now you’re ready to find the perfect editor to, well,…

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At 12:26pm on January 12, 2017, Chris Del Vecchio said…

Hi Kristin,  

Thank you so much for the warmth of your welcome to this wonderful community! I am excited to engage with the other writers on this site.

Best, 

Chris 

At 1:23am on December 27, 2016, Diana Radovan said…

Thank you for the warm welcome. I'll return to my blog in a few days. The end of the year is a good time to recount my writing-related blessings and remind myself of everything that writing and sharing it with others mean to me.

At 6:43pm on December 21, 2016, Deanna Willmon said…

Hi  Kristin,

Thank you for the welcome! Looking forward to becoming active and participating here in the near future.

Deanna

At 12:10pm on October 7, 2016, Mary Jo Doig said…

Kristin,

  Thank you for accepting my membership to SheWrites and the warm welcome! I feel I have linked with a highly professional as well as unique organization and look forward to our working together.

  I'll be expanding on my personal information and reaching out to participate in different parts of SheWrites in the near future.

Mary Jo Doig

At 8:47am on September 18, 2016, Robin Renee said…

Kristin,

Thank you for accepting my membership to this wonderful site - I enjoy the blogs and discussions - the information here is priceless. I am looking forward to reading more.

At 3:56pm on August 30, 2016, Raylene J. Wall said…

Thank you so much for the add...

rj

At 8:27pm on August 22, 2016, Charlene Ara Gonzales said…

Thank you very much, Kristin!

At 8:27pm on August 22, 2016, Charlene Ara Gonzales said…

Thank you very much Kristin! <3

At 6:21am on August 18, 2016, Arleen Alleman said…

Thank you for the welcome, Kristin. I will consider writing a blog post. Best wishes, Arleen

At 3:44am on August 18, 2016, Marie Therese Batt said…

Thanks so much for welcoming me here, Kristin! I'm super excited to connect with other women-writers :) Have a beautiful day!

-Marie

 
 
 

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