Last week, I talked about a book with two points of view that began well but lost distinction. This week, I want to talk about two books that do multiple pov and do it outstandingly. Taking them chronologically, the first is Wilkie Collins’ THE MOONSTONE.…

I’m doing some rewriting on EEL’S REVERENCE — or whatever it’s called. TITLE: I’ve asked here, there, and everywhere, and I can’t get a consensus on a title. Some people are even saying, “Why do you want to change the title?” One said,” Eel is…

POV, of course, stands for Point Of View or “Whose head are we in?” Here’s what regular guest poster Floyd Hyatt has to say about this element of fiction: POINT OF VIEW What you must know by F. A. Hyatt I have been reading several…

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