Many books on the writing craft agree it’s best to stay with one point of view throughout a scene and this is what I strive for, but somehow I managed to find an exception that belies the rules.
In Camilla Lackberg’s (Swedish crime novelist) book The Ice Princess, she changes point of view regularly within scenes.
The novel is engaging, with a strong story and interesting characters. And to be fair, if I hadn’t been working hard on writing from one POV I might not have noticed the switching.
Now I’m thinking it’s okay to change POV is the writer is skilled and can pull it off.
Any opinions out there or other examples of where this works?
Thanks for reading . . .