The perspective you use in a story can have greater weight
and influence than three extra characters. Among the range to choose from,
First Person is one of the strongest. It can shape the entire tone of the
book, enhance character development, and more thoroughly immerse your reader in
the story. It also serves to help writers overcome their own pitfalls and
instead turn these into strengths.
Should you use First Person perspective? When is it most
advantageous? We’ll discuss that below, in the 5 biggest strengths and uses of
First Person perspective.