DIY MFA: Author Jessica Strawser on Writing Multiple POVs and Almost Missed You

DIY MFA: Author Jessica Strawser on Writing Multiple POVs and Almost Missed You

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Bookish is dedicated to giving readers the best content around; that’s why we’re partnering with BookTrib to bring you this radio interview:

In this week’s DIY MFA Radio episode, Gabriela Pereira interviews Jessica Strawser, editorial director of Writer’s Digest magazine, and author of the stunning debut novel, Almost Missed You. They talk about writing multiple points-of-view suspense and how to craft that crucial first chapter for maximum impact on your readers. They also discuss the juggling act involved with being moms who write and also have busy “day jobs.” (It is possible to balance it all!)

About DIY MFA: Here’s a secret no one ever tells you. The typical MFA (Master of Fine Arts) boils down to one simple formula: Writing + Reading + Community = MFA. This means that to create a do-it-yourself version of the MFA, all you need to do is: write with focus, read with purpose, and build your community.

This article was originally posted on BookTrib.

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