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Thursday, October 27

Final Blog Tour Stops: How Filtering the POV Affects Telling, & Finding the Balance Between Showing and Telling



Hi gang!

I can't believe this is the last and final stop on the Better Fiction Blog Tour. To end with a bang, I have two stops full of show, don't tell goodness.

Stop One visits The Write Life How to Find a Balance Between Showing and Telling.

Stop Two heads over to Writers in the Storm to discuss How Filtering the Point of View Affects Show, Don’t Tell.

If you haven't entered the October critique contest yet, these are the last two chances to win a ten-page critique.

Come on over and say hello (and goodbye, as it all ends soon)!

In case you missed them, here are the other stops on the tour:

August Tour
Where to Find Ideas at Query Tracker
The Benefits of Story Structure at Writability
Stuck on Your Novel? Start With the Ending at Jami Gold's blog
Using Internal Conflict to Create Plot at Writers in the Storm
Is Your Novel Character or Plot Driven? at Lynn Coulter's blog 
Finding the Balance Between Hooking Readers and Setting up the Story at Romance University
5 Common Plotting Mistakes to Avoid When You're Writing a Novel at The Write Life 
5 Reasons Your Plot Stalled at Jody Hedlund's blog
Discovering Your Novel's Hook at Publishing Crawl

September Tour
How to Cut Words From a Too-Long Manuscript at Now Novel 
How to Stay Organized During a Revision at Writers Helping Writers
Is Your Story Structure Working at Query Tracker
How to Balance Your Backstory at Jami Gold's blog
Different Types of Revisions at Middle Grade Mafia
How to Create an Editorial Map at Marcy Kennedy's blog
Keep Your Readers Hooked by Dropping the Right Clues at Mystery Writing is Murder
Are You Making These 3 Common Revision Mistakes? at Live Write Thrive
How to Prepare for NaNoWriMo: Your 4-Week Success Plan at The Write Life
5 Reasons Planning for NaNoWriMo Can Help You Hit Your 50,000-Word Goal at Write Now! Coach
5 Reasons Your Revision Isn't Working at Writers in the Storm

October Tour
A Ten-Step Guide to Plotting a Practice Novel at Writer Unboxed
Stop Explaining Your Story (And Start Showing It) at Query Tracker
4 Tips for Preventing Flat Descriptions at Jami Gold's blog
5 Ways to Plot Your Novel at Jennifer Blanchard's blog
Why I Use Adverbs as Placeholder Words at Writability
Fixing Fatal Flaws in a Half-Finished Manuscript
How Your Narrative Distance Affects Show, Don't Tell
Why We Tell, Instead of Show in Our Writing
3 Ways Writers Can Instantly Spot Telling 
Interview With Janice Hardy
The Problem With Telling, Not Showing Telling at Elizabeth O. Dulemba's blog
How to Find a Balance Between Showing and Telling
How Filtering the Point of View Affects Show, Don’t Tell

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