Ok, here's the deal, I'm currently 4.5k words into my first novel, and have a few questions for the folks at Writing Forums.org. Firstly, the story focuses on two main characters, who have the names of Jacoby Smith and Dominic Jones. They both start off in completly different places, with their own respective 'group', and follow different events that draw them to a final showdown at the end of the book, which will either be the climatic finale, or leave it open for a new series depending on how I'm feeling. And the first question of the hour is, how often do you think you can go before a point-of-view change happens? I'm leaning towards having one point of view change in a 'chapter', which consists of something like this: Would you be okay with this, or would the constant point of view changes get annyoying for you? I'm thinking something similar to Gav Thorpe's layout for Angels of Darkness and The Crown of the Blood, if anyone's heard of them. Also, another question, that isn't entirley releated to this one, how does this blurb sound to you? Would it make you buy it? ALIEN DUSK The Plague has come to Planet Earth, a disease which has driven humankind to its knees and has infected everybody seventeen and over worldwide. However, it has not just infected them - the Plague has turned all of the adults into monsters, called the Plagueborn. Deadly, powerful creatures that stalk the night, preying on the children left behind. That was two years ago. Now, the human race is starting to recover, with very few people left alive. But little do they realise that the worse is still to come, and soon - the very heavens themselves will burn, heralding the arrival of a new race, the first alien lifeforms that the human race has ever encountered. They have come at dusk. There will be no dawn.