I will confess here, but to no others, that I had the wonderful idea of stealing a writing technique from no other than F. Scott Fitzgerald. Mr. Fitzgerald was eminently successful with changing POV, or Point of View technique. With a new character on the scene, he would have him or her introduce themselves in the first person, after which, the narration would return to a third person POV. And that is the technique I stole from the Master, F. Scott Fitzgerald. For him, it worked, but for me and The Tipping Point, not so much.
So, I asked myself, I said, “Walter, how can that be?”