First of all, I don't know if this is the correct place to post this thread, but if it's not I'd be glad to have a mod move it immediately! Anyway, so this is my problem. I think it's a little hard to explain myself, but I'm going to try. So I'm on the editing stage of my novel, and I've realized that I do a lot of head-hopping, so I'm trying to focus with one character POV at a time or scene, and so far I haven't had that many issues with it. However, I've started to check the following chapters and there are some scenes that I'm not too sure what to do with them, mainly because they have many characters. What to do when many of them have many thoughts I consider equally important to point out at one same scene? Or, for example, in one scene, when the character whose POV I'm using suddenly leaves the room, and the rest of the characters share a few words with each other? Should I use in this case an omniscient POV instead?