I recently started following a blogger, Tim Kimber. I’ve read some of his stories, and I like what he has to say on writing. He did this article on POV that I found interesting, and I think you’ll like it as well.
Whose Head Are We In?
Every story is told from a point of view. Who is telling the story? Which head is the reader in when they read the story? That’s the character point of view (POV). You can tell the story from one character’s head, more than one character, or the all-knowing, all-seeing hovering head.
No need for complication, no need to stress. All you have to do is decide who is going to tell the story, and then maintain that POV to the end. Easy peasy, right? Continue reading “POINT OF VIEW” →