I'm not sure if what I doing right now is acceptable, or if it would just be tacky. I'm working on a novel, but... Having some issues with the POV. The story starts in third person, set in current time, as the introduction. It then moves on to first person, alternating between the two main characters from chapter to chapter. This is set in the past, about 5 years. Once I've said all there is to say on that, it moves back to third person and current time. Since the part set in the past (and in first person) is more than just a brief glimpse into the past (its going to be a detailed description of their lives as teenagers), would it be tacky to go back and forth like that? Too confusing? To noob-ish? Should I go through and rewrite everything into third person?