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This tag should be used for questions that deal with a consistent style in your writing, such as when asking about typical ways to introduce a certain aspect to your reader by showing-telling or if you are concerned that your readers might feel that a change in the point of view might be perceived as inconcsistency.

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Grammarly is a great tool for grammar problems (hence the name) and thus works across the board for many types of writing. If are doing any fiction writing, check out AutoCrit. You pay a monthly cost …
answered Apr 9 '18 by White Eagle
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It worth noting that this kind of thing has been done many times before. Stories such as The Red Badge of Courage, The Unvanquished, and Their Eyes Were Watching God all do this. Their Eyes Were Watch …
answered Feb 27 '18 by White Eagle
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You don't have to have a flashback for this to work You could have the characters care the character who was killed. This in turn can lead to the reader caring. You could also use dialogue between c …
answered May 15 '18 by White Eagle