Most character perspectives are revealed as part of the overall process of revealing character, see 103 on engaging and revealing characters, but POV characters have the added challenge of conveying the details of the story while also remaining true to their own perspective.
Jessica at jessicabakkers.com has been kind enough to nominate me for the Real Neat Blog Award. If anyone knows what’s neat, it’s her, so please go visit her site. Whether it’s fiction to read, words on writing, inspirational images, or a touch of whimsy, there’s plenty to see and enjoy.
I’ve noticed that many people don’t use the full spectrum when rating; in fact most use about half: 5/5, 4/5, and the rare 3/5. And I can understand why. Growing up, most of us attended classes where we were graded on a scale of 1 to 100, but everything below a 60 was simply labeled F. I also think there’s a very real concern about “being mean”. Many of us know how hard it can be to toil away for months or even years, only to see our work rejected.