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comment Third-person objective in action scene
This is something of an experiment, although I have my reasons for this. BTW, third person omniscient seems to me to be thoroughly unsuited for many uses, as there's lots of cases where you'd want to keep out of somebody's head, or leave some events unexplained for some time. I can't see how to write a murder mystery, for example, from that POV.
comment How do I involve my audience with my story?
What are you writing? Text or something more like a screenplay?
comment What is the difference between writing in the first and the third person?
The first chapter of Winnie the Pooh is primarily in the second person, as the narrator makes up a story about his son for his son.