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Third Person POV by Kay Keppler 0

Third Person POV by Kay Keppler

The POV you use to write your novel helps shape the narrative and frame the story for maximum impact. Choosing which point of use to employ and being consistent with it are challenging. For clarity on how to use POV, dive into this post by novelist and editor, Kay Keppler.

Finding the Heart of Your Story by Kay Keppler 0

Finding the Heart of Your Story by Kay Keppler

You do not want a reader who is determined to read your book to fall asleep while they’re still in the first chapter because you stopped revising too soon. When you find the heart of your story and reveal that to the reader, you’ll keep them engaged.

Outlining Your Novel by Kay Keppler 2

Outlining Your Novel by Kay Keppler

If you’re stuck on your book, try outlining your novel. If you hate rigid outlining, doing a brainstorming page might change your mind about how you plan out your book. Read on for more tips on outlining your novel.

Avoiding Character Stereotypes by Kay Keppler 0

Avoiding Character Stereotypes by Kay Keppler

How careful are you when you describe your characters? Have you ever—or ever been tempted—to fall into clichés to get your point across? If you can avoid character stereotypes, you can strengthen your writing and keep your reader captivated.

Building Plot in Your Story by Kay Keppler 2

Building Plot in Your Story by Kay Keppler

If plot stymies you, as it does many people, you might be able to stimulate some ideas by thinking about your characters and what is likely to happen to a person like that. Ask yourself these questions. By novelist and editor, Kay Kappler.

Reading “Bad” Books by Kay Keppler 0

Reading “Bad” Books by Kay Keppler

You don’t learn how to write only by reading books you enjoy. You also learn how to write by reading books you dislike. So why should you read (even if you don’t finish) books you don’t like?