Tips on Changing Point of view in Mystery Novels (via Global Mysteries)


More good tips from Nancy Curteman. 🙂

Tips on Changing Point of view in Mystery Novels In a mystery novel, point of view (POV) can be handled in a variety of ways. A writer may choose to tell the story from the perspective of one character only—using first, second or third person. Or, the author could elect to tell the story from the viewpoint of two, three or even more characters using a variation of third-person point of view. Often, mystery writers use more than one viewpoint because it makes for a more interesting storyline. Th … Read More

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3 Responses

  1. Nice to see you are adding some of my posts to your site.

  2. I think we have some of the same readers, so I don’t know that it does any good for you, but I like the mystery series especially.

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