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Katie McCoach
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Joanna,

Sounds like you’ve thought this through quite a bit, and I think the conclusion of using Deep POV will work well for this story. It’s especially a good choice when the story is in one POV only, and even more so, when it’s in first person.

I like the idea of making this story limited and allowing the readers to only know what the MC knows, especially since it seems this is truly about her journey.

Yes to this!:

There are also some elements of suspense in the book, and the readers learn about clues only as much as she finds or concludes. I hope the limitation creates more tension and the readers can feel Justyna’s anxiety. Perhaps here they could feel superior if they deduct better and faster than she can.

Katie McCoach, Instructor
Grow your best story!

  • This reply was modified 1 month ago by Katie McCoach.
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