#LoveWritingChallenge – POVs

I’m participating in the #LoveWritingChallenge by Katie Kling. For more information see the introduction post.

This weeks theme are Characters and today is all about Point of Views.
To make things easier for myself I will focus on the characters in three of my longer stories:

Though I might add more from other stories.
For stuff about our characters from Warlords feel free to check out our Facebook Page.

Look at it from a different perspective…

From all my stories I believe, I have only two in the first person narration (both German): The secret Life of an Enter-Button and The adventurous Life of Stan the Desert Cactus. Is it telling that both are inanimate “objects” I lend my voice to? 😀

Usually I write third person narrations with a hint of character thoughts and knowledge. It’s kind of easier that way and I prefer reading books/stories written like that as well. Not sure why I don’t like first person narrations…I just don’t.

POVs are a good way to explore things from different sides as not all characters are there at all times.

As TQW is the story with the most progress I can only talk about that one. Here I chose a couple of characters to tell the story.
With Kurth I can take a look at what’s happening with the lower ranks. With Lihsa I have a look into what the maids are up to. Emry gives me a chance to explore magic and preparation for different events. And so on…

I’m still not entirely sure how I will actually portray the change in POV in the final version, but it sure feels like copying if I do it similar to GRR Martin

As I’m not entirely sure what else I could write here, I’ll simply ask:

What’s your favourite POV?

See you tomorrow, when I tell you a couple of Fun Facts. 🙂

PoiSonPaiNter

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2 comments

    1. Thought so too when I read your post. 😀
      Whenever I read something in first person I’m kind of conflicted, because at some point the narrator usually annoys me, so it’s hard for me to write in that perspective…

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