Tag Archives: POVC

Who’re you lookin’ at? (Encore)

For the past few weeks, I’ve noticed folks in one of my writer’s groups, and several of my students, who are having some trouble dealing with the issue of point of view. It’s a topic that pops up frequently among … Continue reading

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That Point of View thing

Television and the movies have had a tremendous impact on the way we perceive things. It’s rare when a TV show or film allows the viewer to see only what one character sees. And yet, such a limited viewpoint is … Continue reading

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Outlines for those who hate outlining

There’s one thing we always hear about outlines and writers, and we hear it over and over: writers are either “plotters” or “pantsers.” But there are some, me f’rinstance, who do both. Like many who write by the seat of their … Continue reading

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Who you lookin’ at? How to write a novel–Last part

I’m close to wrapping up my series on novel writing. It’s been fun, and I’ve covered a lot of ground. That said, there’s always something else I could add. For now I’m going to dig into a topic I missed along the way, … Continue reading

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