5 ways to unveil action affecting an unconscious viewpoint character – by Louise Harnby…

You’re writing in third-person and your viewpoint character has become unconscious.

However, you want the reader to understand how their discovery and recovery come about, and without head-hopping.

Here are 5 ideas for how to tackle it.

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2 thoughts on “5 ways to unveil action affecting an unconscious viewpoint character – by Louise Harnby…

  1. In certain genres, of course, you could always have your POV character do a spot of astral traveling! 😀 … seriously though, I liked the ‘reading a diary entry’ idea – it gives the audience a bit of a different ‘voice’ without losing the main characters POV. 😀

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