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I'd recommend trying to switch narration style - it will give your book a better "immersion" in character's POV. Your British (half-British, but Britain-raised, I assume?) character would view America through the prism of her British experience, it would only be natural for her to think to herself like: "There's about a litre of water in this ...


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Love story, especially when written from the first person narrator can highlight the emotions and inner workings of a character. But if you stick to the first person narrator, you might be confined to not being able to show other people's views (e.g. the person of interest.) That might be your intention, it also gives the readers something to guess about as ...


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Your character thinks and speaks in British English, go with that. Use the idioms the character knows and would use, otherwise it will seem hollow. If you have a third person omniscient point of view, you could play with the different spellings to show an American character as opposed to your MC. Do what is natural for your MC and relax into that. Let it ...


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