Four Tips To Help You Master Deep POV

Four Tips To Help You Master Deep POV

Julia J Simpson was kind enough to invite me to write a guest post on her blog. Hop on over to her site to check it out and read my post on “Four Tips To Help You Master Deep POV."

A lot of the writing I do is very character driven. Therefore my goal is for my readers to connect with my protagonist. I want my protagonist to come alive for them and for his or her thoughts and actions to jump off the page and draw the reader in. Ultimately, I want my readers to feel like they are the protagonist.

That’s essentially what Deep Point-Of-View or Deep POV is. The reader forgets they’re reading a book because it’s written in such a way that they feel like they are living the character’s life. Basically, you the author, do everything you can to remove dialogue tags, filter words, and passive voice. This establishes a deep and emotional connection with readers.

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