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Repost from Cyn Alexander


I’m going to hurt a lot of people with this one, but….


Choose either first person or third person POV per book, refrain from flopping between the two within the same text as you see fit.


Technically, as an author, you can do as you see fit, but this is one rule that isn’t advisable unless you are a VERY seasoned WRITER (note that I said writer and not author - those are two separate things!)


Mixing POV’s is a sure way to confuse and jar your readers. Be sure to research the different kinds of POV’s (including third person omniscient and limited) before starting your novel 🦋

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