Saturday, April 23, 2016


When a story, book, or article is written as if narrated by the author. Using that “I” viewpoint brings the reader closer to the character or writer. However, one difficulty of using a first person viewpoint is trying to avoid starting every sentence with “I.” Another consideration is that the person doing the narrating must be in every scene or at least know what's happening in every scene. Not all periodicals or book publishers accept submissions written in first person, so always check their writers' guidelines to be sure you are targeting the right market. To understand the use of first person in your writing, go to:

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