Welcome to my foray into the Book Bloggers Hop, where we have a question set each weekend. I’ve adopted it mainly for the last Monday of the month, or when I’m stuck for a subject. This week…
As long as the multiple narrator point of view is well done, that’s fine. I don’t mind switching between characters when we’re involved with them, but I do get a little confused sometimes when we switch to a different time/place and person. Remembering, oh yes, we were here three days ago, and I need to remember who all these people are, can be a pain.
But I’m going to be interested in everyone else’s answers, because I’m using multiple narrators in my rewrite of The Perihelix. Each scene takes a specific character’s POV, the shift depending on … things. I hope it will read better than before when I used an impersonal third person narrator – it’s still third person, but from one person’s point of view at a time.
By the way, I finally got around to installing Yoast SEO plug-in yesterday. I’ve been saying I was going to do it for at least one year (and maybe it’s now two). I’ll let you know in a few weeks whether I think it makes any difference.