Deep Point of View Epub Ä Deep Point PDF/EPUB or

Deep Point of View Epub Ä Deep Point PDF/EPUB or



10 thoughts on “Deep Point of View (Busy Writers Guides, #9)

  1. Theresa Alan Theresa Alan says:

    This is a fast read that is good to review while you’re writing your manuscript and again when you go back over to edit itWriting in deep point of view whether in first or third person past or present tense gives your reader the opportunity to experience the character’s world as she experiences it This builds a strong emotional bond between your reader and your character’s story I liked the examples Kennedy gave as well as her check list of things to look for when you’re editing your book This is a great guide for anyone interested in writing strong POVs


  2. Hailey Rose Hailey Rose says:

    By far one of the best Deep POV books I've read So much useful information presented in a digestible way that didn't drag out in the least I felt like the author was respecting my time by only providing the most important bits of information in the easiest most readable way possible I'll definitely be investing in of her books


  3. Rachel Rachel says:

    After many revisions of my novel I knew I still wasn’t done but I didn’t know what to work on next Feedback from a beta reader turned me onto the idea of “deep 3rd POV” but I needed help figuring out what it was and how to do itDeep Point of View by Marcy Kennedy came up on and had a small number of reviews but all of them 5 star After buying and reading the book I completely understand why I thought I’d been writing in close 3rd POV before but this book showed me how much deeper I could get Chapter by chapter Kennedy explains all the ways storytelling can create distance between the reader and the characters and how to remove them so a reader can settle right behind the eyes of the characters in the story Looking for the specific words and phrases that she lists in the “Take it to the Page” section highlighted literally for me exactly where in my story I was creating unnecessary distance Reading and re reading the guidelines from the previous chapters on how to maintain Deep POV helped me to re write my whole novel using far interesting and emotionally connected details I’d heard “Show don’t tell” before but Kennedy explains what exactly is the difference and how to catch yourself when you slip into the latterI would recommend this book to anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of how to use POV to write a immersive reading experience especially if you’re not looking to switch to a 1st person POV just to achieve it This book revolutionized the way I think about point of view “showing” details and the art of telling the story and was exactly what I needed to take my revisions to the next level


  4. Scott Azmus Scott Azmus says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed Marcy Kennedy’s Deep Point of View I have studied a lot of writing books over the years and this is one of the very best And it is THE best book on POV and correcting deep point of view errors in existence Terrific links to valuable resources plus a nimble sense of humor plus example after example talk about show don’t tell Fabulous Buy a copy for yourself Borrow other writer’s iPads and computers and such and download a copy for them The planet will thank you Scott Azmus


  5. Cathy Cathy says:

    This is a good solid guide to deep POV I like the author’s effective organization and she presents enough examples to help readers understand how her deep POV guidelines impact story in important ways I ordered five of her books and I’m looking forward to reading the other four Only one complaint I found the chronic spelling of “all right” as “alright” very irritating “Alright” is nonstandard and in my opinion and in the opinions of many others in the writingpublishing world incorrect


  6. Gene Turchin Gene Turchin says:

    I don't normally recommend books on writing but Marcy Kennedy does a superb job with pragmatic points that are so helpful and insightful as to make this one of the most valuable books for anyone who hopes to become a fiction writer I will certainly try other books by Marcy The examples alone are worth looking at giving the reader an opportunity to examine what actually differs between something well written and something with simple common mistakes


  7. Kirstie Kirstie says:

    A thorough and well explained book Kennedy breaks down all the facets to help understand and then enhance your Deep POV The best part is the 'take it to the page' section where she gives you direct actions to take to put what you've learned int practiceBased on this boo I would definitely read some of her other writers guides too


  8. Subject BGD Subject BGD says:

    This book was VERY well done I struggle with reading non fiction as it has a tendency to be dry and sleep inducing This how to kept me engaged and had some great examples for how to spot errors and strengthen character POV It was short enough to not take up too much of my writing time which is a huge plus I'm looking forward to reading of this series


  9. Henry McLaughlin Henry McLaughlin says:

    Very helpful for analyzing our writing and strengthening our characters and our stories Plenty of examples with clear and concise explanationsI'll be referring to it a lot during the revising process


  10. Dan Earl Dan Earl says:

    An excellent practical guideThis was an excellent practical guide to deep point of view Helpful tools at the end of the Book made this a far valuable resource than just another book I feel like I got than my money's worth


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Deep Point of View (Busy Writers Guides, #9) [Reading] ➿ Deep Point of View (Busy Writers Guides, #9) Author Marcy Kennedy – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Do you want readers to be so caught up in your book that they forget they’re reading Then you need deep POV Deep POV takes the reader and places them inside of our characters—hearing their thought Do you want readers to be so caught up in your book that they forget they’re Deep Point PDF/EPUB or reading Then you need deep POV Deep POV takes the reader and places them inside of our characters—hearing their thoughts feeling their emotions and living the story through them Compared to other writing styles it builds a stronger emotional connection between the reader and our characters creates the feeling of a faster pace and helps avoid point of view errors and telling rather than showing In Deep Point of View writing instructor and fiction editor Marcy Kennedy brings her years of experience into showing you how to write deep POV You’ll learn specific practical things you can do immediately to take your fiction to the next level Buy Deep Point of View to improve your writing today Each book in the Busy Writer’s Guide series is intended to give you enough theory so that you can understand why things work and why they don’t but also enough examples to see how that theory looks in practice In addition they provide tips and exercises to help you take it to the pages of your own story with an editor’s eye view Most importantly they cut the fluff so that you have time to write and to live your life.

10 thoughts on “Deep Point of View (Busy Writers Guides, #9)

  1. Theresa Alan Theresa Alan says:

    This is a fast read that is good to review while you’re writing your manuscript and again when you go back over to edit itWriting in deep point of view whether in first or third person past or present tense gives your reader the opportunity to experience the character’s world as she experiences it This builds a strong emotional bond between your reader and your character’s story I liked the examples Kennedy gave as well as her check list of things to look for when you’re editing your book This is a great guide for anyone interested in writing strong POVs

  2. Hailey Rose Hailey Rose says:

    By far one of the best Deep POV books I've read So much useful information presented in a digestible way that didn't drag out in the least I felt like the author was respecting my time by only providing the most important bits of information in the easiest most readable way possible I'll definitely be investing in of her books

  3. Rachel Rachel says:

    After many revisions of my novel I knew I still wasn’t done but I didn’t know what to work on next Feedback from a beta reader turned me onto the idea of “deep 3rd POV” but I needed help figuring out what it was and how to do itDeep Point of View by Marcy Kennedy came up on and had a small number of reviews but all of them 5 star After buying and reading the book I completely understand why I thought I’d been writing in close 3rd POV before but this book showed me how much deeper I could get Chapter by chapter Kennedy explains all the ways storytelling can create distance between the reader and the characters and how to remove them so a reader can settle right behind the eyes of the characters in the story Looking for the specific words and phrases that she lists in the “Take it to the Page” section highlighted literally for me exactly where in my story I was creating unnecessary distance Reading and re reading the guidelines from the previous chapters on how to maintain Deep POV helped me to re write my whole novel using far interesting and emotionally connected details I’d heard “Show don’t tell” before but Kennedy explains what exactly is the difference and how to catch yourself when you slip into the latterI would recommend this book to anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of how to use POV to write a immersive reading experience especially if you’re not looking to switch to a 1st person POV just to achieve it This book revolutionized the way I think about point of view “showing” details and the art of telling the story and was exactly what I needed to take my revisions to the next level

  4. Scott Azmus Scott Azmus says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed Marcy Kennedy’s Deep Point of View I have studied a lot of writing books over the years and this is one of the very best And it is THE best book on POV and correcting deep point of view errors in existence Terrific links to valuable resources plus a nimble sense of humor plus example after example talk about show don’t tell Fabulous Buy a copy for yourself Borrow other writer’s iPads and computers and such and download a copy for them The planet will thank you Scott Azmus

  5. Cathy Cathy says:

    This is a good solid guide to deep POV I like the author’s effective organization and she presents enough examples to help readers understand how her deep POV guidelines impact story in important ways I ordered five of her books and I’m looking forward to reading the other four Only one complaint I found the chronic spelling of “all right” as “alright” very irritating “Alright” is nonstandard and in my opinion and in the opinions of many others in the writingpublishing world incorrect

  6. Gene Turchin Gene Turchin says:

    I don't normally recommend books on writing but Marcy Kennedy does a superb job with pragmatic points that are so helpful and insightful as to make this one of the most valuable books for anyone who hopes to become a fiction writer I will certainly try other books by Marcy The examples alone are worth looking at giving the reader an opportunity to examine what actually differs between something well written and something with simple common mistakes

  7. Kirstie Kirstie says:

    A thorough and well explained book Kennedy breaks down all the facets to help understand and then enhance your Deep POV The best part is the 'take it to the page' section where she gives you direct actions to take to put what you've learned int practiceBased on this boo I would definitely read some of her other writers guides too

  8. Subject BGD Subject BGD says:

    This book was VERY well done I struggle with reading non fiction as it has a tendency to be dry and sleep inducing This how to kept me engaged and had some great examples for how to spot errors and strengthen character POV It was short enough to not take up too much of my writing time which is a huge plus I'm looking forward to reading of this series

  9. Henry McLaughlin Henry McLaughlin says:

    Very helpful for analyzing our writing and strengthening our characters and our stories Plenty of examples with clear and concise explanationsI'll be referring to it a lot during the revising process

  10. Dan Earl Dan Earl says:

    An excellent practical guideThis was an excellent practical guide to deep point of view Helpful tools at the end of the Book made this a far valuable resource than just another book I feel like I got than my money's worth

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