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williamsjorg: This was actually a combination of two things. Part of it was personal style; I read and dabbled in both romances and fantasies while first learning to write many years ago, and I realized then it was easier for me to get into the mindset of...

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This was actually a combination of two things. Part of it was personal style; I read and dabbled in both romances and fantasies while first learning to write many years ago, and I realized then it was easier for me to get into the mindset of a male character and keep the authenticity of his voice if I wrote him in third person POV. It was also a conscious choice for this particular book. To make Thorn seem guarded and make his motives hazier, I needed his narrative to be in third person which is a bit more distancing to a reader. And the past tense was so his routines and actions would feel illusory and mysterious when compared to Runes immediate present tense reality. Thorns an intriguing character with one of the most fascinating backstories in the book (second only to the Phantom). I couldnt have him stealing the show too early on, so I needed the reader to feel more connected to Rune from the get-go. This is accomplished by giving her the first person present POV, which in turn mak

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This was actually a combination of two things. Part of it was personal style; I read and dabbled in both romances and fantasies while first learning to write many years ago, and I realized then it was easier for me to get into the mindset of a male character and keep the authenticity of his voice if I wrote him in third person POV. It was also a conscious choice for this particular book. To make Thorn seem guarded and make his motives hazier, I needed his narrative to be in third person which is a bit more distancing to a reader. And the past tense was so his routines and actions would feel illusory and mysterious when compared to Runes immediate present tense reality. Thorns an intriguing character with one of the most fascinating backstories in the book (second only to the Phantom). I couldnt have him stealing the show too early on, so I needed the reader to feel more connected to Rune from the get-go. This is accomplished by giving her the first person present POV, which in turn mak

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