Who is the Third Person in a Novel?

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When we decide to write a story, one of the first things we decide, subconsciously maybe, is which point of view we want to use to tell the story. In my last blog, I shared why first person POV is so popular and why it might be a great point of view to use. Though I believe first person is what comes most…

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Women’s Fiction author of That Was Then, Say You’ll Be Mine, and Evenings at the Argentine Club. Speaker and and teacher. https://www.facebook.com/juliaamante/

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Women’s Fiction author of That Was Then, Say You’ll Be Mine, and Evenings at the Argentine Club. Speaker and and teacher. https://www.facebook.com/juliaamante/

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