How to Write Deep Point of View with Karen Witemeyer

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If you want your readers to connect with your writing, you need to immerse them deeply into the mind of your characters. Your readers need to hear, see, and experience everything that your character experiences. But how do you do this? The answer is deep point of view.

We have a guest on the show today who is going to help us unpack the technique of writing deep point of view, or deep POV. She is a best-selling author of warmhearted, historical romance. She was voted #1 Readers’ Favorite Christian Romance Author in 2019 by FamilyFiction magazine. She is a multiple award-winning author and a firm believer in the power of happy endings.

Karen Witemeyer, welcome to the Christian Publishing Show!

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2 Responses to How to Write Deep Point of View with Karen Witemeyer

  1. Andrew Budek-Schmeisser December 7, 2021 at 7:51 pm #

    I know it’s real compelling,
    that deep, deep point of view,
    but I’d lie, not telling
    what I know is true,
    that this goal is beyond me,
    a field forever fallow,
    for it is my destiny
    to live a life that’s shallow.
    When I thought life might require
    deep thought (oh, it’s been years!),
    my friends thought that I was afire
    for smoke came out my ears,
    proof indeed I really tried
    so hard my humble brain was fried.

  2. Karen Witemeyer December 8, 2021 at 8:03 am #

    Thank you for having me on the show, Thomas! It was a joy to chat with you and share a love of writing.

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