January 10

Tip: Don’t jump point of view. Yes, I know some big authors do it and get away with it. That’s because they’re already established and make a lot of money for the publishers. If you’re new to the craft, you need to keep your POV to one per scene. If you must do more, be sure to add a space between speakers so the reader knows you’re changing POVs.

Thought: “Reading maketh a full man, conference a ready man, and writing an exact man.”– Francis Bacon.

Teaser: Write your writing bio. No more than a hundred words. Fifty is better.

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