The MS I'm working on right now is YA fiction based on a secret society of people with special abilities and is told in alternating first-person POV between the two MCs. I am at a segment where there is memory sharing, but I'm trying to figure out the best way to do this. Character A is sharing some memories with Character B. These memories are chunks taken from conversations Character A has had with other people. I guess the first thing I'm wondering is how detailed our memories actually are- do we remember someone else's facial reactions during conversations, subtle body shifts, our own facial movements, etc? Also, it would seem sort of weird for it to be written the same exact way it actually happened, right? I'm thinking it the whole point of this memory sharing exercise would be lost if I just summarized each memory that was being shared, so I'm not exactly sure I want to do that. The only thing that really pops out at me with memory sharing is from the Harry Potter books, in which Harry dives into the pensieve. But that would be different because those are memories that have been removed from someone's mind and placed in a vial for safekeeping, not someone actually remembering a conversation while someone else watched in. Thoughts, ideas, suggestions, funny jokes?