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Tag Archives: POV
Point of View: Choosing Whose Head To Be In
by Sharla Rae The first thing writers learn about Point of View, or POV, is that it refers to whose head we’re in. In other words: through whose perspective will the reader experience the sounds, smells, actions and emotions of a … Continue reading
Posted in Craft Tagged choosing Point of View, POV, Sharla Rae, Writers in the Storm, writing 32 Comments
Put Your Reader in Your POV Character’s Skin ~ by Margie Lawson
This will be the only post here at Writers in the Storm until next Monday. We’re leaving for the RWA 2012 Conference in Anaheim tomorrow. BUT we’ll be tweeting and Facebooking during the conference so those of you who aren’t able … Continue reading
Posted in Blogging Guests, Craft, Margie Lawson Tagged Lawson Writer's Academy, Margie Lawson, POV, RWA 2012 conference, Writers in the Storm, writing 10 Comments
#Women Are From Venus, Men Are Annoying — A Guest Post
By Rob Preece While sitting at an autographing at the Romantic Times Convention several years ago, a woman hurried up to my table. I gave her my best “I’m-safe” smile. The signing hadn’t gone well so far—could I be on … Continue reading
Posted in Blogging Guests, Craft Tagged How to write male characters, men vs. women, POV, Rob Preece, Writers in the Storm, writing, writing the male POV 47 Comments