Hope you've been keeping with your goals, TLN'ers! I've had some set backs, but have no doubts I'll get back up to speed in no time flat. I didn't get to write as much I would have liked this last weekend. BUT I did do a lot of plot work. LOL You'd never guess where . . . in a ROSS Clothing Store! Yep, my grammie and aunts can shop like champions. For once, I was able to walk through a store without whining kiddos begging for this and that or bickering with each other. It was nice to actually look through the racks and just think.
Here's what I've been stewing on lately. Let's see if any one has faced this before or knows how I should proceed:
I've just finished part of a scene where my heroine gets hurt. My plan was to have her get a boo-boo, so the hero could "save" her. However, my dilemma (and it's a small one, lol) is whose POV should come after she takes on smack to the noggin? Should it be his POV on what happened or should it be hers after she wakes up in the arms of her match? OR should I have the hero be the one to get clobbered and SHE saves him?!
It's just a simple twist of schematics that I haven't found the right equation for. I'm going to give this little hitch in my plans another day to work itself out. If I still can't find a scenario I like then I'm moving onward and will come back to it later. No use gathering moss! LOL
Now, cough it up, ya'll! How do you figure out whose POV fits which scene the best?