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Tag Archives: first person
Setting Descriptions: Keep in Character
Whether you write in intimate first person, which allows the reader to experience what the characters experience as if walking around in their skin, or a more distant person, where some omniscient someone tells the story, often from … Continue reading
Posted in write tips, Writing, Writing Tips Tagged character, first person, Jack Ryan, novel writing, omniscient, POV, setting description, Tom Clancy, Writing, writing fiction, Writing Tips 6 Comments
Mom and Dad in Deep Third POV 3
Monday, I wrote the second part of a post I’d initially begun on my other blog, AuthorCulture. Apparently I hit a nerve–and to a certain extent, I think the nerve tingled because some of the readers didn’t understand what I was … Continue reading
Posted in Writing, Writing Tips Tagged Deep POV, fiction writing, first person, novel writing, POV, pronouns, third person, Writing, Writing Tips 8 Comments
Mom and Dad in Deep Third POV 2
I’ve written about the idea of calling parents “Mom” and “Dad” in deep third person before on my collaborative blog, AuthorCulture. It has always bothered me, though I never understood why until the day when I was editing a manuscript written in … Continue reading
Posted in Writing, Writing Tips Tagged Deep POV, fiction writing, first person, novel writing, POV, pronouns, third person, Writing, Writing Tips 10 Comments