One of the most important and earliest decisions to make when writing any type of story is "what point of view" to speak from.
When we talk about point of view (POV) in a novel, we’re usually referring to narration and perspective. The difference between first, second, and third person narration, with a note on the difference between third person limited and third person omniscient narration.
The following is advice extrapolated from one of our books - How to Write a Novel"
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Our principal, John Mason, had his first printed book published in
1978, and up until 2007, had published over 60 printed books, but times
have changed, and along with our staff at ACS Distance Education, he has
now published around 100 ebooks. There are very good reasons for this
Printed books have existed for hundreds of years, and many people still
say they prefer a printed book.
Whether this attitude is nostalgia or
something more than that; the reality is that more people are using
e-books; and as time moves on, more and more books are only available as
e-books. If you avoid e-books completely; you will be limiting the choice
of books available to you, whether as reference books, text books or
reading for leisure.
1/ Focus on the message.
is essential to have a clear focus on the information that you want to
convey. When writing is verbose (too wordy), the reader will find it
more difficult to focus on the key facts.