June 19, 2021
Speaker: Beth Yarnall
Going Deep into Deep Point of View
Have you ever felt that a scene wasn’t working, but you couldn’t figure out why? Could be you were writing it from the wrong character’s point of view (POV). Whether you write in first person, third person, omniscient or a combination of POV’s, the reader should be clear about whose head they’re in and most importantly… why. Deep POV is achieved when the writer so fully immerses herself and the reader into the characters’ head and heart that the writer virtually disappears, drawing the reader deeper into the story.
In this hands-on, one hour workshop, attendees will learn about the different kinds of point of view, choosing the right POV, when, how, and why to shift point of view, deep POV, and more.
Look for the companion novel Going Deep into Deep Point of View in Beth’s Crafting Unputdownable Fiction series wherever print and ebooks are sold.
We’ll be holding this meeting over Zoom. Invitations to attendees will be emailed on Friday, June 18th to those who have registered and paid.
Everyone planning to attend must submit their own registration. This way we can be sure to send you the information you will need to connect to the Zoom meeting scheduled for Saturday, June 18th.
The RWASD Perseverance Fund was established to help fellow members in need of short-term financial support. Members in need of assistance may apply for funds to use toward RWASD monthly meetings, but please note, requests must be made at least 25 days before funds are needed, but not more than 120 days in advance. We value each and every member of the RWASD community.
For a number of years, Beth made her living as a hairstylist and makeup artist and even owned a salon. Somehow hairstylists and salons seem to find their way into her stories. Beth lives in Arizona with her husband, two sons, their rescue dogs, and a grand kitten where she is hard at work on her next novel. For more information about Beth and her novels please visit her website- www.bethyarnall.com.