Jun 25, 2020
BONA'S BITE SIZE NUGGETS:
Enjoy fun and substantive discussions about writing. Conversations for all levels of writers: beginners, intermediate and even advanced.
Bona Hayes is an editor who hears the words and cadence of written work much like a conductor hears a symphony. She has an “ear” for writing and combines it with her professional background in business communications, to edit manuscripts for authors.
She enjoys working with writers to retain their voice and style. Her goal is to identify, engage, and enthuse their target markets.
Bona splits her time between New Hampshire and Florida, where she is a member of the Florida Writers’ Association and a local writer’s group. Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org
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I interviewed Bona Hayes in a previous episode: Confessions with Editor Bona Hayes.
This episode is about Point of View.
The point of view of a book is the method and perspective an author uses for conveying the story. Writers may choose to tell their story from one of four perspectives:
We read from Dared to Run by J.J. Clarke. You can buy her books here: https://www.amazon.com/Dared-Run-Kate-Anderson-Mystery/dp/166093852X/
Bona's Bite Size Nuggets will be released every 4th Thursday of the month. Our next episode focuses on "showing vs. telling." If you have time, prior listening to Bona's next episode on July 23rd, bone up by reading this article: "The Difference Between Showing and Telling."
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Musical interludes are from music by Ilya Truhanov
Intro and out go music is "The Amelia Island Sun" by Rafael Javadov.
Thank you for listening!