This morning, I was working on my climax scene... and I realized that I have this thing that needs to happen, and in order for the reader to understand what happened, the only POV I can use is... well... the rat's. See, if I used Jed's POV, then he would fix what happens, and if I used Camilla's then she wouldn't be upset over what happens and that would ruin everything.
Do you suppose it's asking too much for the reader to read a scene from a rat's POV? Or should I just not explain what happened and hope for the best?
I have to finish this blasted book, and THE BIG MISUNDERSTANDING hinges on this scene.
Gads, back to the drawing board. Maybe I can figure something out so Maynard doesn't have to tell his side of the story.
I think this next quote about sums up writing, don't you?
A job is what we do for money; work is what we do for love. - Marysarah Quinn
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