First Person Present Tense

Using first-person present-tense is intended to give your reader the immediacy of the moment, but to be convincing the writer needs firm control of the narrative and to be scrupulously consistent with the tense. The biggest problem I have come across is that some people just don’t like reading in this tense. They feel awkward […]

via First Person Present Tense — Nick Travers

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