How To Write In Deep Point-Of-View

What is Deep Point-Of-View, exactly?

This narrative technique eliminates the distance between the reader and the point-of-view character by utilizing a close subjective framework. In other words, one character’s thoughts and experiences shape the narrative at a time. No head-hopping, no narrator, and as few marks of authorship as possible. (More on this in a moment.)

The point of writing in Deep POV is to encourage readers to experience the story through one character’s perspective at a time, making the events of the story more personal and gripping. This technique is a popular one in modern genre fiction, as it mimics the experience viewers have when watching many of their favorite films. See More . . . 

Kristen Kieffer

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