Point Of View Errors! How To Spot And Fix Them

K.M. Allan

Ah, point of view (POV), a writing essential to include in your book but something that you can get so easily wrong.

It doesn’t take much to slip from the view of the character who is telling your story, and you might not even notice you’ve done it. That’s where the following advice comes in handy. Check it against your work in progress to find any errors and correct them before releasing your read into the world!

Point Of View Errors! How To Spot And Fix Them

Your POV Character Knows Something They Shouldn’t

As the writer, you know your story inside out, especially if you’ve been drafting it for months on end and have completed many editing passes.

You know exactly how the story goes, what happens when, and all the plot twists. When you know the story so intimately, it’s easy to overlook if you’ve written that…

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