2 thoughts on “Story A Day May – May 18th: Third Person, Omniscient

  1. Pagadan says:

    “… look up a favorite novel written with an omniscient narrator and notice how the author handles the transitions from allowing you to see inside one person’s head and then anthers, and then imparting information too.”

    I prefer that, but I have to watch the tendency to head-hop.

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