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Best Advice Ever by Shannon Donnelly

Posted by sdonnelly at Jun 23, 2016 1:30 am in , , , ,

  Advice is one of those things that we all really need at times, but it’s not always welcome…or fun to get. It’s like that saying—the truth will set you free (but first it’s going to piss you off). That’s what good advice does. It hits home and stays like an arrow in your heart. […]

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Challenge and Reward-Deep Multiple POV

Posted by suzannej at Dec 11, 2014 1:11 am in , , ,

by Suzanne Johnson  When it comes to point of view, people argue whether head-hopping—switching points of view between paragraphs or even within paragraphs without any type of text break—is acceptable. I fall on the “hate head-hopping” bandwagon even though I know quite a few best-selling authors who do it.  What most of us do agree […]

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What the Heck is Deep Point of View? by Carrie Lofty

Posted by Guest at Jun 12, 2012 7:30 am in , , , , , , , , , ,

So often when receiving critiques from peers, editors or agents, the subject of “deep point of view” can rear its head. What, exactly, does that entail? How can we add depth to characters–and therefore depth to our stories–by immersing readers into unique, powerful points of view? My upcoming course for FF&P is title “Beyond Research: […]

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