I know the first couple chapters are supposed to take readers by the eyeballs and force them into becoming your captivated audience. At the same time when introducing a new world it can be tough to not over do the explanations, but at the same time trickle in enough information to at least give readers a sense of surroundings and environment. My question is how do you walk that line? Especially if the story is from a 1st person perspective, your character isn't thinking about all of the surroundings as though they were anything but normal? For example: As I do my morning commute for the 1000th time, I'm not likely to take in the billboards and traffic levels as anything unusual, but to an outside observer (the reader) everything would be new and would need to be explained.