"No, it's nothing," said Sally airily, and John wondered if she were lying. He stared out of the window, and Sally closed the kitchen drawer with a snap. She poured herself more coffee and sat down, offering up a little prayer that John wouldn't ask why the bank was writing to her separately.
is Sally closed the kitchen drawer with a snap in John's or Sally's point of view? We've been in John's, we're on our way to Sally's, but what's this? ... But then, in my post about ten ways to change point of view, I had a small revelation. How about thinking about a character's point-of-view not as an either-or, inside-or-outside, but as a circle of that character's consciousness?
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