I hope this is the right place for this. If not, please let me know, and I'll work on contacting the right person to move it. Thanks. So, recently started writing what I hope will become a full-length novel. The problem is that there are three different character/story threads going on for the first half of the book, but I enjoy writing in first person. I also think that the story is best presented in first person by the different characters. My question is this: Do you think that it would be too confusing to have three different first person accounts (indicated by chapter sub-headers that would literally say the character's name, different settings/stories, and slight changes in writing voice) switching within a book? Also: Have you ever read anything with multiple first person accounts? (the closest I've seen was a mix between third person and first person indicated by the changes I mentioned as well as a change in font--but the font thing doesn't work in eBooks) The alternative is to have one character in first person and the other two in third which I imagine is the safer and more conventional way of doing it, but I like risk and change. I just want to avoid a risk or change that would be impossible to follow.