Melissa James is a writer, living, apparently, in Australia. She apparently writes romances, if her website is any indication. She has a bunch of very good tips that any aspiring writer(including me) would do well to pay attention to. These are things that good writers probably do, mostly unconsciously, and with practice. But there are always things to learn. I never heard of "deep POV(point of view) before someone on a writer's e-mail list pointed me to this site. But while I attempt to do some of the things she suggested, she had some advice I never thought of, but I'm going to try. One of these is, for very intense emotional scenes, not to use "tags"(e.g. "he said, she said"). This may be hard to do at first, but I can see where she's going with it. Which is why I'm adding her website to my ever-lengthening list of links on various subjects. I think it is well worth visiting, and I hope there's a comment section where I can tell her so.