09/08/2012: Jules Bennett: Diving Off the Deep End with Deep POV
Meeting at 12:00; followed by presentation at 1:00 p.m.
According to popular definition, Deep POV (point of view) is third-person subjective taken a step farther than the normal. The third-person subjective shows story through the eyes of one or more characters—one at a time, no head-hopping please. Deep POV goes beyond that to take readers into the head and heart of a character, allowing the story to be seen and felt through the characters experiences and history and thoughts and feelings. What the first-person POV accomplishes with its I narration, deep POV accomplishes with third-person he or she narration.
But how can you make Deep POV work for you? Learn from an author who uses it as one of her favorite tools as Jules Bennett joins us Sept. 8 for her discussion of this powerful technique.
Speaker: Jules Bennett
American romance author, Jules Bennett, has been touching the hearts of thousands of readers since 2005. A former beauty salon owner, Jules juggled the demands of owning her own business, raising two small children and attempting to get home in time to cook her husband (also her high school sweetheart) dinner all while plotting the next scene in her head.
After twelve years of juggling the roles of beautician, wife, mother and romance writer, on very little sleep; Jules decided to hang up her shears and turn her part-time, late-night craving into her full-time passion.
Since beginning her writing career, Jules has had the pleasure of writing for The Wild Rose Press, Samhain Publishing, Berkley Publishing, and currently writes for Harlequin Desire.
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