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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Writing Tip of the Day-POV

The POV character in Third Person, as in First Person, can only surmise the thoughts and emotions of other characters. Phrases such as “she suspected”, “he supposed”, “it seemed,” or “it was apparent,” etc., are useful in relaying the POV character’s observations to the reader without leaving Third Person viewpoint.

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