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revised Developing your writer's voice
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answered Developing your writer's voice
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accepted Ways to remove “filtering” in narration?
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accepted Main noun: How do you decide where to place it?
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comment Market for novellas and/or novelettes
Sorry, I meant "...that consist of many...".
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comment Market for novellas and/or novelettes
You can do it like David Mitchell and write a novel that consist on many interconnected novellas/novelettes.
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revised What makes a bestseller - Writing or Setting?
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accepted Is it strange to describe the narrator's facial expressions in a first-person narrative?
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comment Main noun: How do you decide where to place it?
Mmm, I'm confused. I read somewhere that the last part of sentence was the most important one.
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comment Ways to remove “filtering” in narration?
Interesting. I didn't think of that. I wonder, though, why filtering makes the narrator sound less confident?
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revised Ways to remove “filtering” in narration?
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asked Ways to remove “filtering” in narration?
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comment Is it strange to describe the narrator's facial expressions in a first-person narrative?
So you wouldn't consider the second examples as "telling not showing"? But something that comes natural to first-person narration?
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revised Is it strange to describe the narrator's facial expressions in a first-person narrative?
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