Kristen Kieffer March 11, 16
How you choose to structure and style your story’s prose can make all the difference.
Two of the biggest elements that affect your prose are, of course, point-of-view and tense. Does it really matter if you write your book in first-person or third-person? In past or present tense? In some cases, yes. In fact, point-of-view and tense are a bit like the clothes you wear each day. They may not change who you are, but they do affect others’ impressions of you.
And a good first impression can make all the difference, right? So today, writers, we’re going to explore the kinds of impressions point-of-view and tense can make and how you can be sure to choose the right option for your story! See More . . .