Visualizing convergence/divergence series

I was trying to visualize the idea of convergence/divergence of series using complex plane. I got this idea from “A First Course in Complex Analysis with Applications by Dennis Zill, Patrick Shanahan”. I used the command:

ComplexListPlot[Table[(0.9 I)^(n + 1)/n, {n, 1, 70, 0.01}],Joined -> True, PlotRange -> All,  PlotStyle -> {Blue, Thick}] 

to generate a plot as shown below:

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Alternatively, one can use the command

ListLinePlot[Table[ReIm[(1.1 I)^(n + 1)/n], {n, 1, 70, 0.01}],   PlotRange -> All] 

to generate the same. This series is convergent as it kind of spirals down. If we change 0.9i to 1.1i, the plot changes to

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which signifies that the series is divergent. What is want is that some sort direction as to which way the sequence goes, like these:

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How can this be achieved in mathematica?

Thanks in advance.