@scaglio I prefer writing in the third-person. I used to prefer first-person, but working on something that jumps from character-to-character in perspective has forced me to write differently.
I have a hard time writing in the first-person now if the character is extremely different from me and my thought process. Trying to write from the perspective of a toddler is helping me, though.
@mara_cav_ :D The differences between characters and me are one of the main reasons I haven't tried first-person yet. I tend to overthink, so when I start asking myself: "How would this person think about that?" I enter in an endless loop – then I overheat and most of the times I discard the project. 🤯
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