Fiction Writing Masterclass

Lesson 3: Point of View

This week we’ll cover the pros and cons of 1st and 3rd person narration to help you decide which point of view is most suitable for your fictional stories.

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This is the third lesson in an 8-part series on writing fiction. It has been designed to take

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English Literature & Creative Writing Grad. MWC Semi-Finalist. Former Editor @ The Startup. Helping You Write Fiction Like A Pro. Off-Grid — Back in August.

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English Literature & Creative Writing Grad. MWC Semi-Finalist. Former Editor @ The Startup. Helping You Write Fiction Like A Pro. Off-Grid — Back in August.

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