Two wonderful novels written in the first-person plural are Then We Came to the End by Joshua Ferris and The Virgin Suicides by Jeffrey Eugenides.
But, again, what these authors have accomplished is very difficult to pull off successfully. Choose one of the links below."I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the lessons and feel they were very helpful in introducing new ideas and perspectives to my writing.
Because you can't see your own bald spot unless you're looking at yourself in a photograph or a mirror at just the right angle.
Another thing that sounds strange in the first person voice: "I have no idea that..." Your first person narrator can't give information he doesn't know.
I am sure I will go back frequently to review them for reference during many of my future writing projects. " - Jenny Jacks "It was a nice journey for me to be able to write in answer to your e-mail lessons.
Being able to post the answers on Word Press is exciting.
A short story conserves characters and scenes, typically by focusing on just one conflict, and drives towards a sudden, unexpected revelation.
Go easy on the exposition and talky backstory — your reader doesn’t need to know everything that you know about your characters.
But with a third-person narrator, I'm not limited by Jack's voice.
I might choose to limit my third-person narrator to Jack's perspective.