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Anonymous said: Hiya any useful tips on how to write a book from a females POV and a males POV ... thanks 😊
Boy can I relate to this. I’ve gone back and forth in between which character to have as my main, should I make it third person or first person, or even double POV. I know how confusing and indecisive it can get when coming to a decision. Personally, my tip is decide who’s voice you’re most comfortable in. If it’s a female, it’s a female, if it’s male, it’s male. But find who you’re stronger in, and go off from there. Find the story you want to tell, who you believe your audience will be, how old are the characters, ect. Get a little more into the story other than just their gender, it’ll help in the long run. But here’s a few links I hope can help!
- Tips on Selecting Type of POV
- Tips on Writing From a Male POV
- Tips on Writing from a Female POV
- Writing from a Male’s Perspective
- Writing from a Female Perspective
- Writing from the Opposite Genders POV
Feel free to message us if you’d like more, off or on anon. I do hope these tips and articles are useful!
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