Point of View

We all learned in school about writing from different points of view (first person, second person, third person).  When I wrote my first novel it felt more comfortable to me to write in first person – like I was living the story myself.  The Chance on Love series is told through the heroine’s eyes.

In my new novel, Catching Cash’s Heart, I wanted to try something a little different and tell the story through both the hero and heroine’s point of view.  But frankly I was a little nervous to do this – could I accurately write from the guy’s standpoint?  Fortunately, I had two wonderful helpers – my cousin Gary and my husband Carl.  Both gave me suggestions (such as no guy would ever say “cute”) that helped mold Cash into a believable hero that any woman would swoon over.

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