Thanks for those examples, Jeanette. I've read 'The Railwayman's Wife' by Ashley Hay, but haven't read that one. I'm doing a post next week on omniscient POV and it is sometimes tricky to work out if an author's using omniscient or if they're head-hopping in third-person. Though a number of authors have melded the two. I'm not sure if I'm brave enough to try omniscient for a longer piece. I don't think it's one for the faint-hearted. Thanks for stopping by.
Your next post sounds interesting - and a bit daunting.
I'm a bit daunted by it too - LOL