Redirect to Hugs & Chocolate – Headswerving (Mulitple POVs)

man-of-a-thousand-facesToday I have the honor of standing in for Heather Reid, taking her slot on Hugs & Chocolate, the wonderful writing craft blogging home of six talented writers. In the post I confess to headswerving. If you don’t know what that is, I’m afraid you’ll have to go and see for yourself. I’ll give you a big hint: It has to do with multiple POVs, a subject near and dear to my heart. I’m not quite the writing equivalent of Lon Chaney (or Sybil), but there are a quite a few characters running around in the ole noggin. Are you scared yet? Head over to my post for the frightening truth.

6 comments on “Redirect to Hugs & Chocolate – Headswerving (Mulitple POVs)

  1. Love this picture! And multiple POVs, for me, has been quite the challenge to give everyone equal time and intensity and depth. I’ll check out your guest post!


  2. ddfalvo says:

    Haha! What a great picture to go with your multi-channels of adventure! I look forward to your new post on H&C. 😀


  3. Story Addict says:

    *high fives* I’m a compulsive headswerver too. (Love the term, btw.) The thought of staying in only one person’s head throughout an *entire* novel really gives me shivers (although I might have to do that at one point). I want to dive into a bunch of different pools, not just swim in one big ocean. Great post, Vaughn!


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