Category Archives: point of view

CREATING CHARACTERS FOR TODAY

Wow, that sounds like I might know a whole lot about this subject, doesn’t it? Well, I didn’t, mostly ’cause I’m really not a today character myself. So, it’s important that I figure out how to create people who can … Continue reading

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Voices

It’s interesting the subjects I’m asked to speak on when invited to conferences or other writer’s meetings. Point of view is right up there because so many novice writers aren’t sure what it is or how to handle it. Probably … Continue reading

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