Writing Your Novel

 When writing your novel or short story, have you wondered if you’re using the correct narrative for that particular piece? Perhaps you’ve begun with 1st Person, but you think 3rd might be better.

In Writing Your Novel, one article addresses that issue and demonstrates the difference between the two. Other articles include:

Write what you know: Sage Advice or Hogwash? What You Must include in the First Pages of First Chapters, The Hook on TV, Backstory: Relevant Information or an Inconsequential Event?

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For Writing Tips, Grammar Hints, Editing Tips, check my website:


I'm a novelist, short story writer, and I currently serve as CEO for L. Cooper Press, a service for writers. Thomson-Gale bought one of my novels, With Full Malice, for their 5 Star Mystery line, then Harlequin WorldWide Mysteries bought the mass market paperback rights. I lead a novel critique group in Redlands, CA, so if you're in the area and writing a novel, join us: http://www.meetup.com/SoCal-Novel-Writers-Workshop/ When I can't attend, Amy Fletcher leads the group. You can always contact me through my websites: www.brendahill.com www.lcooperpress.com

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