Understanding Point of View in Writing

Before you begin to write your story, you should decide who is going to tell your story. Will it be a character within the story? Or someone outside of it?

Looking at the strengths and weaknesses of each narrative point of view (POV) will help you determine which best fits your story.

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4 Reasons to use a style sheet . . .

What is a style sheet? And why use one? A style sheet is a document editors and authors use to record all the style decisions they make for a particular manuscript, often different from those found in a style manual or in-house style guide. They inform the author and editor about spelling choices, punctuation, numbers/dates,Continue reading “4 Reasons to use a style sheet . . .”

Consider gender-neutral pronouns . . .

A Review of A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns by Archie Bongiovanni & Tristan Jimerson “. . . we’re trying to create an environment where all are welcome in our lives and spaces . . . and this will eventually become the norm.” — from A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them PronounsContinue reading “Consider gender-neutral pronouns . . .”