While I've been writing stories since the day I was able to think, I still consider myself to be a novice. I have many unfinished works, and while I obsess over writing on a daily basis, I have never finished a novel nor have I even tried at publishing. Recently, I've been considering a third person unlimited take for my current work 'The Hour of Eden'. At first, I thought it would be too much to take on, but now that I reflect, it might be the right thing to do. The plot is centered around an alternate historical timeline where the last remnants of humanity struggle to survive against mysterious monsters that eat human hearts. None of the characters are black and white, there's no good and evil, for each character is driven by a goal that centers around basic human needs. It's up to the reader to decide who the villain really is. As well, the story's foundation is built on events that happened in the past, which is why I feel it's important to explore the minds of other characters so these things make sense. But pulling this off well is hard, and I'm concerned about it. It's easy to do, but hard to do right, and I'm wondering if I should explore some other mediums of writing before I try something like this. Thoughts?