Hi there. I'm new here... although when I tried to sign up it told me my email was already in use, so I must have sign up eons ago and forgotten. Anyway, that is not important right now... I have a question about POV. I am currently in the first 10,000 words of my latest effort to write a novel and I have plans to write from two points of view. My principal character is written in first person - he is a rambunctious and garrulous fellow so it's entertaining writing in his voice. The second POV character will be written in third person singular. Micheal Marshall employs this technique successfully in his Straw Men series and I experienced no jarring or disconnect while reading those books. I'd also like to show some scenes which don't feature either of my principal characters - to provide a broader canvas - but I'm wary of slinging third person omniscient into the mix as well! I'd appreciate thoughts and feedback. Thanks!