In this episode creativity coach and podcast host, Beth Barany talks to actor and fantasy writer Hugh Tipping in this Story Success Clinic Session where they discuss the Deep Point of View. Listen to...
Tagged: point of view
Authors can have difficulty choosing their books point of view, sometimes they can look to their story to help them decide.
Descriptive writing is necessary for any author to use, painting clear pictures in the minds of readers. Keri Kruspe goes into the details to teach us how to use descriptive writing effectively.
Though it may be difficult to approach diversity as a writer, especially when you may not have experienced those circumstances or been underrepresented in those specific ways, but what are books if not a medium through which we can better empathize with others? Uncover ways you can bring diversity to your writing.
“Nothing else does more to make a reader love the characters or to allow her to share in the characters’ emotions.” — Alice Gaines *** I’m passionate about point of view and work hard...
Part of craft is choosing from which perspective, or point of view, you tell your story. Your choices are first, second, or third person (limited or omniscient). Each has its strengths and drawbacks. Well, okay, second person has no strengths, only drawbacks, unless you’re writing how-to manuals. In that case, carry on. Fiction people, you have choices to make.
Point of view shapes the relationship among writer, characters, and reader, and it’s defined and expressed in terms of person, omniscience, narrative voice, tone, authorial distance, and reliability.