The right narrative mode for your story establishes perspective and how the reader relates to the story.
— Read on www.how-to-write-a-book-now.com/narrative-mode.html
Pacing is a critical component of writing, whether you’re embarking on a novel, a novella, a short story, or a non-fiction book. As an author, you possess a key tool for pacing your audience’s reading experience: chapter length. The best authors manage the length of their chapters to pace the main character’s narrative arc. Proper chapter length also helps authors match their reader’s attention span and also build up anticipation for each twist and turn.
— Read on www.masterclass.com/articles/how-to-pace-your-novel
In any good novel, a writer creates fictional characters by giving them goals, throwing obstacles in their way, and creating conflict. Writers connect a reader to a story by making characters relatable. Character development is one of the literary terms writers hear a lot, but it’s an essential element of fiction writing, and a hook into the narrative arc of a story.
— Read on www.masterclass.com/articles/how-to-develop-fictional-characters
Try these techniques to change your novel’s squishy center into a sturdy bridge connecting the beginning of the story to the climax and the denouement.
— Read on medium.com/technical-excellence/the-middle-of-a-novel-is-the-hardest-part-to-write-57b7875fc969
When & How to Write Tragedy | Literary Terms
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Learn what figurative language is, along with the five most common types and how to use them correctly to enhance your own writing.
— Read on www.grammarly.com/blog/figurative-language/
Being a writer isn’t the easiest…From late night brainstorms to aggrivating edits…Here are a few reasons to keep writers motivated!
— Read on thejohnfox.com/2016/07/writing-encouragement/
Learn how to write a memoir and publish narrative nonfiction. Tell your
life story with these tips on memoir word count, memoir page count, writing
a memoir query letter, and memoir literary agents and publishers.
— Read on marykole.com/how-to-write-a-memoir