Head-Hopping Help

Hello again!

Ever heard of head-hopping? Chances are you have experienced it while reading, or even written it into your own works, but hadn’t known what to call it. Head-hopping is the term for abrupt perspective shifts during a sentence, paragraph, or scene, and is something to keep a particular eye out for when revising! If you want to know more about what head-hopping looks like, and how to go about ‘fixing’ it, check out this post I wrote.

The Wise Ink Blog is a wonderful source for writing tips and the do’s and don’ts of self-publishing. If you ever have questions about targeting an audience, finding an agent, or getting your book out into the world, their blog is an excellent place to find the answers.

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