If you feel the need to immerse the reader right from the get-go, try this approach.
Third-person point of view is often used in academic writing and fictional writing. Deadline January 15, ] Image from Getty by T. Once again, ambiguity flickered in frightened eyes, but her answer was clear. Some common uses for second-person point of view are directions, business writing, technical writing, song lyrics, speeches, and advertising.
Bad outcome, right? We all think it is so much fun. She smiled.
If that happens, your book dies! Third Person Omniscient Here the story is still about he or she, but the narrator writes from the all-knowing, all-seeing perspective and is not even limited by time.
My viewpoint characters all tend to have their five minutes on stage, even if that means sacrificing a bit of intimacy with my protagonist.