20 Tips For Writing a Captivating Short Story (Part 2)

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A Writer's Path

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by Mindy Halleck

[Continued from part 1]

11. Start in the POV (the head) of your main protagonist. It’s best to use their name right in the first sentence to establish them as the POV character, the one readers will identify with and cheer for. As soon as possible let readers know their approximate age, gender, and role in the story world.

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