Driving myself to distraction here around narration perspective. I am attempting to write in a Third Person Limited style. As you will all know this simply means driving the story through a 'Point of View' character. Whether it's one POV per chapter or scene the story is theirs for that period of time. As this is a fairly common mode for story telling I was/am D) hoping that my new friends on WritingForums may be able to set me straight. As far as I can see if in 3PL then it is fair game to write: What the POV is doing i.e. "She left the hallway and entered the lounge" etc What the POV can see i.e. "as she walked into the room the hearth was ablaze, the table set" etc What the POV can think i.e " as she entered the room the thoughts of last year came flooding back. He had told her not to return. His words still sent chills down her spine..." etc What I'm not so sure about is something like this: As the door clicked shut Senisa moved towards the window. Varrjan and the rest of her children were almost out of sight as they approached and then disappeared down Standal Avenue. They would be gone until at least the middle of the day The first two sentences are 3PL. The first describing what Senisa is doing. The second is what she can see. The third is the tricky one. To me it is a thought in the POV's head. She knows they will be gone until the middle of the day. However, I'm not sure if others would agree and might see it as more of an omni style piece of narrative. Any input would be appreciated. Cheers, PaulC.