Third person omniscient

Third person omniscient is a point of view in which the writer masterfully switches from one character’s point of view to another’s. Using this technique allows you to provide information to your readers that they wouldn’t get if you used another point of view technique, because your narrator knows and sees everything and can move from character to character. With this in mind, there are some rules you’ll want to follow when you write in third person omniscient in order to prevent confusing your readers. This article will help explain these rules, so you can use the technique like a pro.

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