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I took algebra in junior high and again in high school and struggled both times. In college I took it again from an instructor who knew how to teach the subject and the mathematical lightbulb went on above my head. This guide was like that. It was as if she knew the questions that would surface before I did. I'd end a chapter with a half-a-dozen, "But what about...?" and she'd answer all those questions and more in the next chapter or the one after. Marcy Kennedy isn't just a good good guide author, she's an excellent teacher.
This is the first of Ms. Kennedy's guides that I've read, but it won't be the last. She knows how to present a subject, explain it, teach it, and leave you excited at the thought of utilizing what you've learned. I knew I wanted to learn deep POV when I purchased the book, but by the second chapter I was excited to get to work. I highly recommend this book.
I wrote three books before I even heard of M. Kennedy and now of course I wish I had written them post Kennedy. Oh, they would have come out so much better. I'm writing one currently and this time she's on every page with me. Thank you Marcy Kennedy.
I would highly recommend "Deep POV" to all writers and even go a step further. I'd recommend it to all readers who are curious about how and why they enjoy the books they read. I know I am enjoying reading no end since I encountered M. Kennedy. She's a credit to the profession.
This helps solve the POV problem, it is a complete and competent review of several point of view modes.