Rewriting: Getting Your Point Of View Right – Feedback For Fiction

Happy New Year!

Now that the holiday season is over, are you ready to get back to your manuscript and rewrite it into a great story? Perhaps you wrote your first draft during NaNoWriMo in November and are wondering what to do next.

To illustrate how the Feedback app will help with your rewrite, I’m going to work through an example with Point of View (POV), one of most important elements of fiction for character. Having control over your point of view choices will enable you to rewrite a better story…

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NaNoWriMo and What Comes After…

NaNoWriMo starts in 10 days. I’m already planning how I’m going to get through the crazy month, and I”m a little nervous. I did Camp NaNoWriMo last July and made it past the 50,000 word mark. But it was hard.

What worked for me? A participant needs to write 1667 words every day to get to 50,000. I wrote 2000 words a day (ok tried to) at the beginning of the month, so I would have less to write each day when the end of the month drew close and I was getting tired.

Then the big question. What happens after NaNoWriMo?

To answer that question, I decided to build my own app for rewriting. Feedback is an app to help writers turn a first draft into a great story.

I’m looking for early input from other writers. Would you help by dropping over to my new site and checking out what we’re building? Perhaps signing up to our newsletter.

Here’s is my latest blog from www.FeedbackForFiction.com

 

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Whether you’re a plotter or a panster, you’ve completed a first draft. Congratulations! Now what?

If you’re anything like me, you’re asking yourself:

  • Where do I start my manuscript rewrite?
  • How do I keep track of all the writing tips I’ve read and apply them to my story?
  • What should I change to make my story better?
  • Am I ready to share my manuscript…

Source: Feedback For Fiction | FEEDBACK: A New App To Turn Your First Draft Into A Great Story