Thanks everyone for being so understanding about the situation and for your well-wishes. It truly means a lot ️
@Lunna There isn’t really any “should” or “shouldn’t” concerning perspectives in CoG, as far as I’m concerned. I have read some stories with first person, others with “you”, and I even started writing TSS in you-form since it seemed the most common, but it didn’t feel right to me so I switched to first person. To me, that feels more personal both to write and to read. It’s honestly just a personal preference and though I know that many people might prefer TSS to have another form of perspective, it’s not going to change. I hope you can enjoy the story even so, but I understand if not too. Glad you like it so far apart from that though!
@Lola Thank you so much! The last major update was when I added chapter 5 and the start of chapter 6. I have added and changed certain scenes since then, though nothing concerning romance as far as I can remember.
@Eric_knight I understand that concern, but I feel very strongly about telling the story I want to tell and I promise I won’t let myself be swayed in that regard that being said, I’m always willing to listen to feedback and maybe change some aspects of the story if I feel like it could improve from that, but I don’t feel pressured to please everyone. For example I know a lot of people like romance scenes but I will only include them where it feels right, and though I do want the story to have a focus on relationships apart from the main story I won’t include or change them in a way that might make more people happy. If I got to that point, I wouldn’t enjoy writing anymore. I would much rather just tell the story the way I have planned and risk disappointing people than to compromise on this.