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Point of View in Fiction (Busy Writer's Guides) (Volume 8) Paperback – October 11, 2015
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About the Author
Marcy Kennedy is a suspense and speculative fiction writer who believes fantasy is more real than you think. Alongside her own writing, Marcy works as a freelance fiction editor and teaches classes on craft and social media. She’s also the author of the Busy Writer’s Guides series of books. You can find her blogging about writing and about the place where real life meets science fiction, fantasy, and myth at her website.
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Ms. Kennedy then takes it a step further by pointing out sneaky POV errors writer’s make for each POV type. And, HOW TO FIX THEM! All of which reinforces the differences between each POV category. As a bonus, she compares a “show don’t tell” example across the narrative spectrum. You’ll have to buy the book to understand this illustrative example that’s worth the price of the book, all by itself. And, she throws in additional bonus stuff but I won’t spoil the surprise. Also the MS Word tip on “Find and Replace” (whole word option) is greatly appreciated.
At the end of this guides book, you’re guaranteed to know which POV character voice(s) works best for your manuscript, why, and the pros and cons. I was so impressed with this book, that I purchased her Internal Dialogue guides book. And, yes, I’ll be re-reading this book over and over again as I work on my manuscript.