For along while I've wanted to create my own sort of scifi/supernatura/adventure series and that's where my focus as been. I did some research in the past seven years, but when I compare it to what I know now, it was very poor. I went through dozens of ideas for a generalized storyline and theme, but nothing seemed to really stick. Most of them became boring, lots of exposition, more telling then showing. In the last two years I came up with a storyline I really liked and have outlined 9+ novels. I had just finished editing book 1 and was halfway through book 2 when I came across some new vital information. I didn't know much about POV's, nor the subcategories: limited and omniscient. I also noticed during one of my recent read-through (i had put it away for several months) that it felt more like a movie script. I had constant actions and reactions between dialogue(example: she shrugged, turned left, right, shifted her weight, holding on with one arm, landing, slowing raises head(in dramatic way) and says,"..."...etc) I was able to cut it out but I lost a serious amount of content. I felt like I was butchering my story and it really got me down. I do have a pickiness for changing things, trying to make it better and not always being a 100% satisfied and I know some of the people around me are thinking "won't she make up her mind." But this is different. I came up with the story without understanding or aware of point of views, writing styles, grammar usage, character development, character design, themes, tones, storyline structure, dialogue, description...etc. I like what I have because part of me is torn as I've spent much effort and time into it, but the other part of me believes change and a great deal of revisions is the best thing for this series I'm working on. I'm curious if anyone has every experienced something like this or what your thoughts on my situation is.