The Daring Writer’s Guide to Point of View – by Paula Munier…

on Career Authors:

Point of view issues keep more otherwise sellable authors from selling their work than nearly any other problem. That’s why as an agent, author, and writing teacher, I always caution my clients, fellow writers, and students to play it safe when it comes to POV. And yet every once in a while I come across a story whose author threw caution to the wind so splendidly I am tempted to play around with point of view myself.

If you find yourself so inclined, read on.

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2 thoughts on “The Daring Writer’s Guide to Point of View – by Paula Munier…

  1. I’ve tried first person, third person, and omniscient so far. Each pov speaks for itself when you begin a story and ultimately discover what works best. Didn’t know there was a multi-viewpoint in that sense but I’ve enjoyed and written stories with different povs.

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