Nobody writes their first novel and suddenly hits it big. Well, almost nobody. Most of us need some way to pay for peanut butter and Spaghetti-O’s while we’re shopping for literary agents.
The good news? All this novel-writing experience can be used towards something other than novel-writing.
This week, I noticed that I have a disturbing new habit of sticking apostrophes where they don’t belong, on plural word’s. <like that! ME! I usually notice and fix it before anyone else reads it, but it frightens me nonetheless because I have never done that before. Am I losing my mind???
Photo by Charles Hutchins
There are all kinds of narrators–going way beyond simple first or third person. Here’s a little study of the different types.
An exciting week! Fifteen or so VoiceWeek writers signed up already–comment anywhere if you want to join in. Remember, you’re free to start writing your entries now–just don’t start posting till the 26th!
Now enjoy some genius: