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- Understand the concept of deep POV.
- Know the warning signs of shallow POV.
- Decide when to use one or the other.
Prepare your story for the journey ahead.
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One problem that's tough to beat for fiction writers is shallow vs. deep point of view (POV).
Deep POV is a difficult concept to grasp at first. Even when you "get it," shallow POV sneaks back into your manuscript at every turn. But achieving deep POV is worth the effort! It ramps up your story and hooks your readers like nothing else.
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What is deep point of view (POV) and how can you achieve it in your writing?
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All of this plus a handy checklist for easy reference.