simonglewis asked: Hey, I'm writing a novel told from multiple first-person perspectives, and I don't know if I'm up to it. The plan is to use the name of the character narrating the chapter under the chapter title, but I don't know how effective that will be. Any tips?
Have a look through those (we are still a pretty small blog, so there isn’t a LOT there), and reconcile them for what will serve your story best. I have read books that used this method of differentiating between narrators, and it worked very well. Such stories are not without precedent, I bet you can pull it off just fine.
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Léa Seydoux in The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)