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How to Use Third Person Narration to Hook Readers and Keep Them Engaged

How to Use Third Person Narration to Hook Readers and Keep Them Engaged


By Paula Berinstein

Producer and Host of The Writing Show

http://www.writingshow.com


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Copyright © 2010 by Paula Berinstein



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How to Use Third Person Narration to Hook Readers and Keep Them Engaged


The most important task for a writer is to engage readers. A great hook can grab a reader right away—maybe even get them to buy your book. But what do you do after that to keep your reader’s attention? You need to create:


Vivid characters

An interesting plot that keeps moving forward

A compelling writer’s voice.

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