Awright! So, I have the beginnings of a story. It's Historical Fiction, based off my grandfather's experiences in WWII. In real life, he once met a girl in Holland when his regiment marched through. Sixty years later, he and this woman meet again, and realize that they know each other. What I was wondering was: should the story's plot focus more on the alter ego of my grandfather, with his experiences through the war, his meeting with the girl in Holland, and his later years, when he meets the lady again? Or should the story's focus pan out a bit, and follow both my grandfather's story and the Dutch girl's experiences in Nazi controlled Holland as well? This version would be more war focussed and would not cover much of my grandfather's older years aside from his second meeting with the Dutch woman. Both ideas have their merits, and while I'm slightly leaning towards the first, I'm not sure which one would be more interesting for the audience. The second might jump around too much, and feel disconnected, and might be more difficult. Also, does this plot seem interesting enough? World War II stories seem to be fairly common. But this story was to good to pass up.