Alternate Point of View (POV) is a complicated narration form, but, if done the right way, it can make for a captivating read. This technique combines the depth of a single character’s perspective
Structure, or form, is the arrangement of story elements according to purpose, style and genre. Structure doesn't just happen on it's own. Rather, it's carefully considered by the author to make s
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Themes are the framework of stories – a literary device that shouldn’t be forgotten... Why you should use themes in your fiction.
Are prologues an outdated literary device? Or are they still relevant in today's fiction? We investigate.
On its most basic level, the setting of your story is simply the location at which your story takes place, like a set to a stage show. This includes the location, the immediate surroundings, the weath