Episode 119 - The responsibilities of being a god: omniscient PoV - Point of View part 2

May 07, 2018 00:13:10
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The Creative Writer's Toolbelt
Episode 119 - The responsibilities of being a god: omniscient PoV - Point of View part 2
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In this second part of a two-part series on point of view, we look at the challenge of using omniscient third person point of view. Often seen as old-fashioned, and definitely a challenge to use successfully, this PoV option is making something of a comeback and is the right choice for some work.

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