Plotting with an Unreliable Narrator


Unreliable narrators add complexity and intrigue to your stories. There’s a risk, though, since unreliable narrators must have a credible reason to be unreliable. You can’t add a character who lies, for example, simply because you want to hide the truth. This presentation delves into the plotting and character-development complexities associated with the five types of unreliable narrators.

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