Tammy asks: “Is it possible to write a story where the POV character/narrator is the antagonist? What would that look like?”
“How do you write a chaotic scene without making it chaotic for the reader?”
Arthur by Stephen R. Lawhead
All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Remarque
And Then She Was Gone by J. Daniel Sawyer
Silent Victor by J. Daniel Sawyer
The Hartman Gambit by J. Daniel Sawyer (forthcoming)
“What are some non-obvious ways to elegantly switch the narrative point of view, and between first and third person?”
“How do you research for writing military characters when you don’t know any veterans?”
How do you figure out the structure of a multiple POV novel?
How do I keep from head-hopping, and how to I spot it when I’ve done it?
How do you characterize deeply without slowing down the story too much?
Sgt Mike asks:
I have too much dialog in my novels. How do I balance it with good POV, avoid passive voice, etc?