Episode 118 Getting to grips with PoV - Point of View part 1

May 06, 2018 00:20:51
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Episode 118 Getting to grips with PoV - Point of View part 1
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Getting Point of View (PoV) right is one of the fundamental challenges for any writer. In the first of a two-part series on the subject, we look at what point of view is, and how to make a success of third person limited point of view in your work.

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