point of view

Editing Tip #77 – Structuring Your Book

You place the words “The End” on your manuscript and you’re ready to begin self-editing. Besides setting your work aside for a while to gain some distance from it (and hopefully a fresh perspective), it’s time to analyze the bones… Read More ›

The Beast Sleeps Now

Originally posted on Syl65's Blog:
I challenged the masters Stood up to their disasters Both spiritual and natural The battles became mythical not factual No details found The evidence not sound Spread generation to generation Truth or fabrication? Only…

Persistently Perceptive

Perspective, or the perception of our readers and our characters, is one of the core elements in writing that needs to be addressed with precision, clarity, and understanding. This is true for both fiction and non-fiction books. The narrator’s voice… Read More ›