Meanwhile, my short story work in progress about an escaped faerie abduction survivor who has to invade faerie to get her kid back is inching closer and closer to its end. Yet again, my goal of finishing a piece in under 7,000 words has escaped me. I rarely write in the first person, but this story insists on it, and it seems to be the right way to go.
So, dear readers, tell me this:
When you read a story that's in the first person, and the story never reveals the narrator's name, do you experience the nameless-narrator phenomenon as:
a non-issue you might not even notice
an annoying distraction