5 Tips for the Writing Process
"Writing is 90% struggle. The other 10% is up to you." - Iain Cameron Williams

9 Tips for Choosing and Using the Right Point of View


Most popular point of view types in stories
Select your viewpoint character with care
Streamline writing by cutting perception fallacy
Avoid shifting point of view in your story
Create intimacy with narrator via first-person 
When to use first-person minor in stories
Types of third-person point of views 
Use third–person limited for greater clarity
Rotate third-person limited to avoid issues
• BONUS: "Writing stories is like making love." - June Gillam

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