by K.C. Hill | Jan 21, 2016
Your narrator is arguably the most important character you create, because they are how we get the story. Find out the fine details of crafting a first-person narrator and how to write a first person narrative that knocks the socks off your readers!
by K.C. Hill | Feb 1, 2016
Find out how to write second person narrative and also – why you would ever want to use this, ever. Get the low-down on how Point of View drastically changes this particular narrative mode!
by K.C. Hill | Feb 9, 2016
I love old words. Leitwortstil is a narrative technique you’ve probably never heard of – even if you’ve actually used it! Find out here what it is and why kids, parents and teachers really love it.
by K.C. Hill | Feb 17, 2016
Find out how to use a great narrative technique called Chekhov’s Gun to help build your story plot points and give readers a deeper sense of who your characters really are. It’s about crafting details that matter.
by K.C. Hill | Mar 7, 2016
The eucatastrophe is perhaps one of the most elusive narrative techniques, often confused with three other completely different writing devices. Here’s what you need to know.