Hi everyone! I'm needing some advice here, if you don't mind! I don't know if what I'm contemplating will work (or if it would be a good idea in the first place) and figured I'd ask around before I shoot myself in the foot here! My main character is Emily and she is tied to Male 1. I have a secondary character named Mollie, who is tied to Male 2. In the end, Male 1 & 2 are actually the same person, operating off different identities. Now, Mollie's time with Male 2 is not going to be much and telling her side of the story isn't exact necessary, I just feel that it might add some in there. The problem is that I am writing the story 1st person, Emily narration. She won't have any idea about the bulk of what Mollie is doing. Should I maybe do a chapter in Emily, then switch out to Mollie 1st person? Or maybe switch out to Mollie 3rd person? Or should I scrap the whole idea and just rock on with Emily alone? I've read a lot of posts here on HOW to do the switch, btw, I guess I'm more asking if I should in the first place. Or for this particular situation, which POV you guys think would be best. Sorry if I'm asking the question everyone seems to ask.. I'm just looking for advice. Plus I keep thinking back to the Babysitter's Club when I think about changing narrators, lol, and how they'd do that every other chapter and how insanely confusing it was to keep up with it at times. I don't want to cause that kind of trouble!