I have this idea to write a short story or a prose about romance. A cutesy love story of highschool teens. My problem is, I wan't to write it in the guy's point of view and I don't know how to convey the thoughts or feelings of the girl. I need some tips on how to make it work.
Well, you can simply have her talk, for one thing.
You can also tell a story from multiple viewpoints. Novels do that all the time.
You can switch viewpoints every chapter, or make sub-chapter divisions where the point of view changes. Just make sure the reader knows which point of view is being used at the time by dropping hints immediately after switching.
Alternatively, you could just use a more omniscient narration and simply print both of their thoughts... it will be difficult to do that without making it confusing though, so be careful.
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