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Need advice PLEASE HELP

April 21, 2020


So I'm starting a novel about a group who go on a 23 day trip, and it changes each of them in a different way. I want to write the from each of their perspective. So here's my question. Should I write the whole trip for person one then the next section for person two or should I go through each day swapping perspectives before I move on to the next day.

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  • Halopoet

    I think you should go for the second option. Like the chapters of your novel can go according to povs of the friends. And you can use each chapter to describe their change

    9 months ago
  • Plausible.Poems

    I think the second option would work best for you. Good luck!

    9 months ago
  • Deep_Breaths

    I agree with always_from_texas, that's a lot of repeating. I think it would be great if you had maybe three or so characters instead. Otherwise, it sounds neat!

    9 months ago
  • always_from_texas

    I think writing the whole trip in each person's perspective might get slightly repetitive, but if the group of people is too big, then going through each day swapping perspectives might be confusing to readers. One of the main considerations is how big this group of people is. If this is a group of six or seven people, that is going to look a lot different than a group of three or four people.

    9 months ago
  • chrysanthemums&ink

    I think, by my own preference, I'd prefer the second option. It might be easier for readers to read one day at a time than having to reread the same events multiple time. However, I could see multiple ways the first option could work, but I'd choose the second.

    9 months ago