He Thought. She Thought | In Defense of Third-Person Omniscient

A love letter to the ultimate storytelling narrative style

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I remember the day we discussed POV in my creative writing 101 class.

First-person was recommended. Second-person was recommended with caution for experimental pieces. Third-person limited? It’s standard fiction.

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Elizabeth Bathory’s unlicensed defense attorney. https://www.patreon.com/crimetravelmachine

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Elizabeth Bathory’s unlicensed defense attorney. https://www.patreon.com/crimetravelmachine

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