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Posted: 1/28/2011 11:26 AM PST
I think as long as you make it prefectly clear who's head we're in, it doesn't matter how often you change.
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Posted: 1/23/2011 4:22 PM PST
Keep switching then. Chapter to chapter. I personally love it when books have multiple POVs. So, if it's first person in the prolouge and third person in the first chapter, make it first person in chapter two. And so on.
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Posted: 9/23/2010 1:03 AM PDT
I'm having a little trouble on what Point of view to use in my story. I started out the prolouge in first person and it worked well. For some reason I switched into third person omnicient in the first chapter, but then changed it to first person once I found out. I've found that it flows better and you see more of the character's personality in first person, but it's hard to keep the characters straight unless you're me and already know who it is who's talking. I'd really like to keep it in first person because of the flow of the writing, but I need a way to make it clear to the reader who's POV it's in. Please help me. I'm at a loss, here.
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