In the beginning of your story you have to grab your readers’ interest and sustain it till the end. Our hook is our character. Readers keep on reading to find out more about the character. To see what he’ll do in the story; how he’ll solve his problems. What his goals are and whether he’ll achieve them.
It is a shortened version of a longer piece of writing that highlights the major points covered, briefly depicting the content and scope of writing, and reviews the writing’s contents in encapsulated form. It is not long and it is only about a paragraph. Six sentences are enough for writing an abstract.
A novel should be told from the point of view that feels most natural to the writer and that best fits the story. Below are some tips for making a choice between writing in first person or third person.
The more you write the better you will become.
Explains that it’s possible for critics to appreciate a person expressing their perspective even if they don’t share that person’s experiences or point of view.