Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Guest Blogger for Write2Ignite

Last year at this time I attended the Free Expressions seminar, Your Best Book. If you missed my recap of that great writing workshop, today I am guest blogging about it at Write2Ignite. I hope you'll click on over to learn more about "Creating Voice and Deep Point of View."

Lorin Oberweger, Brenda Windberg, Emma Dryden, and me!

Congratulations to Gail Hurburt who won Lisa Kline's book, Season of Change and thanks to all who entered. Stay tuned for more giveaways later this month: Hill Hawk Hattie by Clara Gillow Clark and Birmingham, 1963 by Carole Weatherford. 


Linda A. said...

Thanks for the PDF about Deep Point of View.

Carol Baldwin said...

YOu're welcome, LInda!

Kathy B said...

Carol, Thank you for this posting. Deep Point of View is an area that I have struggld with. So, thank you to Lorin Oberweger for sharing the handout as well!
Carol, I look forward to getting lost in your characters' point of view in HALF-TRUTHS!

Carol Baldwin said...

Kathy, Thanks for your comment. I am in the middle of this deep POV--even as I write. I'm glad that this was helpful for you.

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