How to break the dive on purpose

Hi there. I know the title sounds strange or just absurd, since nobody wants the reader not to want to lose the immersion but listen to me. What kind of technique would you use in the limited third-person point of view to make the reader think that they are reading a story within a story? As if you were reading person A’s journal and person B keeps pointing out gaps or missing details in person A’s journal? Or how you read a bedtime story to your brother / sister and say that the brother keeps asking questions instead of going to sleep, you get the idea. Also, how do you make that effect feel like an omen while making it subtle? Is that kind of problem accessible or can it even be done? Or should I discard that idea entirely? How far can I go with that too? Can I make a whole novel have that style or limit it to one chapter or just one dialogue? Thanks in advance. A rough example I just thought of. Person C: Person A ran for his life, not wanting to think about what to expect. He refused to close his eyes or even blink, as he would imagine what would happen if his feet slowed down or if he stumbled the second he did, even though his eyes started to hurt. Person A: Get off me, don’t you ever get tired? Person C: The only response from the nameless object was the faster movement of his legs, sending a shiver down Person A’s spine. He was hoping to find a twist or a way to disappear from the eyes that placed him in the middle. Person B: Uh, where was person A going? Person C: Somewhere safe, holy [redacted] Girl use your brain & # x200B; I don’t know if I should even say Person C when said person begins to tell stories or describe events or delete it. I know that I have to keep the Person C labels to dialogue with Person B.

Hi there. I know the title sounds strange or just absurd, since nobody wants the reader not to want to lose the immersion but listen to me. What kind of technique would you use in the limited third-person point of view to make the reader think that they are reading a story within a story? As if you were reading person A’s journal and person B keeps pointing out gaps or missing details in person A’s journal? Or how you read a bedtime story to your brother / sister and say that the brother keeps asking questions instead of going to sleep, you get the idea. Also, how do you make that effect feel like an omen while making it subtle? Is that kind of problem accessible or can it even be done? Or should I discard that idea entirely? How far can I go with that too? Can I make a whole novel have that style or limit it to one chapter or just one dialogue? Thanks in advance. A rough example I just thought of. Person C: Person A ran for his life, not wanting to think about what to expect. He refused to close his eyes or even blink, as he would imagine what would happen if his feet slowed down or if he stumbled the second he did, even though his eyes started to hurt. Person A: Get off me, don’t you ever get tired? Person C: The only response from the nameless object was the faster movement of his legs, sending a shiver down Person A’s spine. He was hoping to find a twist or a way to disappear from the eyes that placed him in the middle. Person B: Uh, where was person A going? Person C: Somewhere safe, holy [redacted] Girl use your brain & # x200B; I don’t know if I should even say Person C when said person begins to tell stories or describe events or delete it. I know that I have to keep the Person C labels to dialogue with Person B.

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