Tag Archives: Nancy Kress

A Study in Omniscient POV: Part 2

Wednesday, I introduced the validity of the omniscient point of view as the perspective of choice for authors who are “after the kind of insight that comes from contemplating events rather than participating in them” (Characters, Emotions, & Viewpoint, Nancy Kress, p. 207). … Continue reading

Posted in Writing, Writing How-To Books, Writing Tips | Tagged , , , , , | 3 Comments

Excellent Example of Flashback

Although I don’t get to see it every week, I’m a fan of ABC’s Missing, starring Ashley Judd as Becca Winstone, a former CIA agent. During this season, Becca traveled the world searching for her kidnapped adult son, Michael. Although she … Continue reading

Posted in Writing, Writing Tips | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 12 Comments