Don't let a novel opening go to waste.
Disconnected scenes are rarely worth keeping.
Both practical and fun, this narrative premise is a great choice for many stories.
Does this novel redefine the form, or does it have bad form?
Write a letter to your readers.
Trying to fit two heads in one scene can come with consequences.
Why we're so cranky about a writing practice that's considered normal.
If you don't describe the right things in right order, it can break immersion and jar readers.
It can be difficult to integrate self-description without sounding forced.
Well, if you're using words to communicate, you have to use words to communicate.
How is your story being told to the reader, and how can you take advantage of that?
Monsters have nothing on the horrors of confusing wordcraft and muddled description.
How to avoid carelessness when juggling more than one POV.
How our take on multiple viewpoints has evolved since our big debate.
Bring your readers closer to feeling like the story is happening to them.