Category Archives: point of view in fiction

On Structure…an approach

Have I been out to start the primary research of hunting caches yet?  Okay, I’m a wimp.  The ground is snow-covered, temperatures frigid.  Yes, my chocolate Lab, Hannah, gets a daily hike in the woods.  But geocaching involves moving more slowly than she and I do, backtracking, stopping to check waypoints on the GPS, and presently… Continue Reading

Point of View: What’s Yours?

I do promise that I’ll quit following that SUV after today!  (It’s described in the Jan. 1st post if you’re a new reader.)  If you don’t mind, let’s revisit it one more time to talk about another especially important component of fiction.  Point of view.  An author first addresses point(s) of view as s/he decides who will tell the story.  For… Continue Reading

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