Tag Archives: POV

POV revisited

With regard to POV and opinion, I’ve come across too many instances in published writing where I’m right and the people (critique-ers) who say I’m not are wrong. Below is a perfect example of proving my case — from one of … Continue reading

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Writing 101, Day Nine: Red Yarn of Fate

Changing Moccasins — Point of View For today’s assignment, write a scene at the park. Up for a twist? Write the scene from three different points of view. The park isn’t Central Park (I’ve never been there to know how … Continue reading

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POV part 3

Since this whole point-of-view thing started for me with my own writing, I’ve had great trouble trying to go back to my story and just get it done. I’m still taking lots of notes for the story, though, to convince … Continue reading

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Writing in Deep POV

This is too funny. Another article I swore I wasn’t going to look for OR at until I finished my first novel. But, in my own defense, I wasn’t searching for anything technical on writing. I was wasting time avoiding … Continue reading

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POV PMO part 2

Okay, so after spending nearly an entire night trying to figure this one out, and after getting only a few hours of good-enough sleep, I am slowly but surely beginning to see what went wrong with the critique AND what … Continue reading

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