NaNoWriMo Prep: REVIEW

Here are some concepts to review for NaNoWriMo.

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This is an example of how most multiple-POV books are written: 3rd person POV Past Tense.

Choosing the best POINT OF VIEW and TENSE combination for your story.

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Using specific and unique details is like showing your reader a photograph of a real place.

Using SPECIFIC AND UNIQUE DETAILS to vivify your world and give credibility to your story.

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Not the kind of filter I’m talking about, but a lot of fun.

Checking for FILTERS in your writing.

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An explanation for why this is one of the most common maxims in the writing world.

What’s the deal with SHOW, DON’T TELL?

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The unique balance between showing and telling forms part of your writing “voice.”

Wait, sometimes I should TELL, DON’T SHOW???

Writing philosophies for further reading:

Where do we go from here? PLOTTING/PANTSING.

Running out of steam, or painting yourself into a corner: WRITING ANXIETY/ WRITERS BLOCK.

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