So, there is a premise I have noticed in some of my early writing. That I mentioned something that happens to the POV character but she doesn't realize it. And I pretty much state it like that. Like She didn't notice that familiar red flicker return to her eyes. I am wondering. How can I show that without breaking the POV? Since the idea is when she is stressed out, the flicker happens. Many times she realizes it, but on a few occassions she doesn't. I look at those scenes and I really like it, as it seems to give creepy tone to it. Since the flicker is like her demon trying to break through. Or at least that is what a reader would think. Yet how to show that when the point is the POV doesn't know. In this case too, others can't point it out. The idea is she doesn't know and in some cases is alone when it happens. Any thoughts? Tagging people who are awesome! Or whom I suspect might have good thoughts! @Simpson17866 @jannert @ChickenFreak @Lea`Brooks Oh Ps is word mechanic the right spot? If not. I am sorry!