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There’s no better way to learn the craft of writing than by reading good books.
Now that I have a basic outline for my new book worked out, it’s time to apply the Toddler Test.
Got a novel in your head? Here’s how to get it out.
First person point of view puts you right in bed with the characters – not always a good thing.
… it often seems as though the “best friend” character has more of a personality than the heroine. It’s the spunky sidekick who boots the heroine in the butt and gets her moving. It’s the feisty best friend that speaks her mind and starts all the trouble.
So maybe the book should be about the best friend.