Great post on POV if you’re ever been boggled by what each means. And it definitely makes a difference on what kind of story you’re telling. I’m a huge 1st POV fan. Check it out!
P.O.V. is a word that throws many new authors into panic. What is THAT? Prisoners of Vietnam? Pets of Vegans? Pals of Viagra? P.O.V. stands for Point of View. Traditionally, I’ve not included this lesson in my teachings on structure, but I am amending that since P.O.V. will affect structure.
The structure of a novel written in first person is very different than a novel using multiple third-person P.O.V. characters. Scenes will need a different kind of balancing, so choosing a P.O.V. should not be taken lightly. Yes, often choice of P.O.V. will come from author voice, but not always. Sometimes genre might influence our decisions as well.
Thus, today, we are going to whiz through Kristen’s P.O.V. Spark Notes.
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