Hey everyone I'm working on my first novel, and while I've written quite a bit of it, I keep going and starting over because I'm having trouble with my perspectives. Firstly, I figure that I need a minimum if 4 to pull this together and tighten it. My protagonist/antagonist/and the 2 supporting characters each have their own perspective. Each one makes sense, and, as the 2 supporting characters are integral to the story, I feel the need to allow the reader to look through their eyes fairly often throughout the story...Is that too many? Secondly, I write almost exclusively in first person. I have so much trouble writing in 3rd person that I pretty much just never attempt it. While good authors can write in 3rd person and make the reader feel infinitely connected to the character, when I write in 3rd person, it's more of the perspective of someone looking at a character through a crystal ball and narrating their actions. I feel like I disconnect myself and my audience from the character. This is something that I plan to work on, but as I was planning out my novel, I began to wonder if 4 perspectives all in first person was too much? What do you think? Would reading about 4 characters all in first person become tiresome and boring to you? Thanks!