1. Re: My Guide On How To Gain Traction On RoyalRoad And How To Potentially Turn Your Writing Into A Career

      ...So, if you're not the most talented writer around (like me) and can't worm your way up the Best-Rated lists... as someone who's been in the first page of best-rated for months and seen very little (...)

    2. Re: A novel with Multiple protagonist

      As another writer with lots of multiple protagonist stories: if you're going to introduce more perspectives down the line, I'd recommend making sure each of them has a very clear connection to the plot. (...)

    3. Re: Switching POVs

      generally leave out the "she thought" entirely, though, unless you're using something more specific. Italics as inner monologue is pretty common and probably doesn't need to be explained.  @etzoli (...)

    4. Re: Switching POVs

      @Etzoli I tend to leave out the dialogue tags as well, though I have seen many books that will always use dialogue tags for internal dialogue, even if they are just 'he thought' It's definitely a (...)

    5. Re: Switching POVs

      Inner Monologue: this? She thought. I think I've seen this in a book before. (It's kinda like cheating your way into the first person perspective but not in the narration.) Just a note, (...)

    6. Re: How to Join Us

      I hereby pledge to be a member! After all the stories I've read online that simply trailed off with the author vanishing into the mists of the internet, never to be seen again, I've vowed to end up (...)

    7. Re: The Pledge (Details)

      I'm fully committed to finishing this story, one way or another. I've been dancing in and out of the trending list for a while... but even (...)