How to Weave Setting Into a Deep Point-of-View – by Bonnie Randall…

on Fiction University:

JH: A sense of place can transport a reader to your story’s world. Bonnie Randall shares tips on how deep point of view can enhance your novel’s settings. 

The art of Deep Point-of-View projects everything within a scene through the unique lens of a character. Deep POV incorporates the goal / motivation / current conflict into this projection, but is also mindful of many other variables that make up the character, including:

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