Story development on plot and characters enriches reader engagement and helps you write faster.
An explanation of common narrative points of view and why some work better in the mystery genre.
Photo by Cory Bouthillette on Unsplash Inside The Sleuth’s Head First-person point of view the narrator tells the story directly to the reader. The character speaks about himself or herself and share what they are experiencing.Create a deep connection with your readers when your sleuth tells the story. You create an intimate portrayal of thoughts […]
Photo by Raul Varzar on Unsplash A View from the Edge – Third Person POV How you tell your mystery makes a difference. Point of View (POV) is the voice that tells the mystery to your readers. Third person point of view allows readers to know what the narrator thinks and experiences without going directly […]