Difficult choices

As a writer one is faced with a plethora of difficult choices, from the onset to the final edits. The most obvious are finding the viewpoint, the tense and how to construct the characters that will best serve the story you would like to tell. But once you have pinpointed these mechanics of the narrative the decisions become more elusive and not as obvious. Is the story veering off in the wrong direction? Are some of the characters irrelevant? If research is involved, is it presented as an infodump? Do the characters’ voices need honing? Is the setting introduced and maintained in a way that it evokes pictures in the reader’s mind without over extended descriptions? Cuts, rewrites and an immense amount of contemplation go into reaching the point where a novel is at its finest and at this workshop methods of becoming your own best/harshest critic are discussed through my own personal experience. What works in such instances, what does not and how to ease the pain when all seems lost.

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