Most authors think that writing first person point of view is an automatic ticket to deep point of view. It's not. As with any point of view you choose to ...
Author: Beth Yarnall
Publisher: Story Siren Publishing
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Highly recommend for anyone struggling to understand point of view. If you're looking for a concise and practical reference on how to achieve deep point of view, then you'll love Beth Yarnall's easy how-to guide. Have you ever read a book that grabbed you on the first page and pulled you through the whole book almost nonstop to the end? Did you have a difficult time putting it down? Did you lose sleep, miss your train or bus stop or put off work so you could stay in the world the author created? If you answered yes to all or most of the above questions then the author did his or her job. How did he do it? He used deep point of view. Deep POV is achieved when the writer so fully immerses the reader into the character’s head and heart that the writer virtually disappears, drawing the reader deeper into the story. In this book, you'll learn about the different kinds of POV, choosing the right POV for your scene, when, how, and why to shift POV, how to achieve deep point of view, and more. "Terrific book that will up your writing game. I actually went back and editing my ms after reading this book. Highly recommend." ~ Magical Story Fangirl, Amazon "Thanks Beth! I struggled to understand POV and you explained it beautifully. I recommend this to anyone who aspires to be a writer." ~ Lu, Amazon Keywords: novel writing, on writing, write a book, authorship, how to write, writing for beginners, creative writing, writing and editing, fiction writing, playwright, screenwriting, poetry writing, writing reference, language arts, composition, writing, novel writing, reference, research & publishing guides, writing skills, education & reference, short reads, words, writing & grammar, description, describe