So I'm going a little crazy. Tell me: What’s the difference between Third Person Limited and Close Third Person? There must be a difference, because I’ve been reading limited third for years and close third is something new (to me, at least) that’s become the big thing more recently. Has anyone seen clear definitions of the two, especially comparing one to the other? Where do you draw the line between them? Is it possible to write a non-stream-of-consciousness novel entirely in close third, without pulling the viewpoint back now and again? I’m having a hard time getting my WIP (half finished) to behave. I’m not sure I can push it into Close Third, but I need to establish the position of my narrative camera, so to speak, and I’m not sure where. Could be I’m too paranoid about Da Roolz. But can anyone point/link me to some good writing advice authors who can get me straight on this? Thanks.