BEFORE WE START, LET US GO OVER THE POINTS OF VIEW
FIRST PERSON: One of the characters is the narrator of your story.
SECOND PERSON: A character is built around the “YOU” pronoun—” The narrator is speaking directly to you. (This is, not used much)
THIRD PERSON: The author is the narrator and refers to character as he/she. By using this method, the third person can move anywhere in your story, including following one character, and revealing thoughts and feelings of that character, and the reader experiences what the character feels and thinks.
Some stories need more than one point of view. If you decide you want two or more different points of view, each character should have a voice in the story and, a backstory. Try using the Protagonist, and the Antagonist as the two to have a voice in your story.
CAUTION: Using too many characters, having points of view may confuse your reader.
An interesting way to add interest, to your story, and keep your reader in suspense, is to have two characters, telling the same story, but with different opinions and facts. This can prove to be confusing, so be certain to use clear dialogue and action tags so the reader can tell who is speaking. It is easier the first time, to choose one of the main characters, (such as the Protagonist) who will receive more focus in the story, as your, First Person narrator. Sometimes the Antagonist is a more exciting choice. It all depends on the story.
Try all Points of View- Its’ fun—Paula