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Point of view distance is an important decision you need to make when planning out a book. Stream of consciousness is the shortest possible distance, even closer than first person where the narrator is choosing what words to share with the reader. In stream of consciousness, the reader sees everything that passes through the narrator's mind. It is ...


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I think that the writing styles of William Gibson (Sprawl Cycle) and Richard K. Morgan (Takeshi Kovacs Novels) is a stream of consciousness style, particularly when the action is at its most intense. The narrative becomes more fragment and suggestive and the character's thoughts are an engaging mix of character reaction and planning and analysis that both ...


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