Write Better Books – Storytelling: Filtered or Unfiltered? — Dan Alatorre – AUTHOR

You get a note from a critique partner or editor friend that says, “Cut this filter.” And you are like, Huh? What? What’s a filter? Filters are stuff you write that takes us out of the Main Character’s head for a nanosecond. Usually they aren’t needed. You don’t say to yourself, “I notice it’s raining.” […]

via Write Better Books – Storytelling: Filtered or Unfiltered? — Dan Alatorre – AUTHOR

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