Hi guys, I'm actually quite far in a novel i am writing and am getting great reviews from friends as well as other sources, but I have noticed several things: 1) my main female character (despite my wanting her to be the most important even if there are two main characters) seems to be falling back in importance the further i go in the story. Most of the events actually happen to her, but I fear she is not a well-enough developed character despite the way i portray her. 2) the main male character seems to be getting more attention when it comes to inner conflicts, which is intended, but I worry this will cause readers to skip chapters in the book to keep with his point of view instead of reading the whole book. the main female character does not have very much internal conflict, due to the fact that she is tossed into situations that she must battle to get out of and has little time to worry about herself. Overall, im wondering whether I should go back and check over her reactions in her chapters and tweak a few things to add in some internal conflict, or if i should leave her as is. The male character has good reasons to have internal conflict despite a lack of action for a few chapters in his part of the story, but i fear that makes him gain more attention than is fair. For those who are wondering, the story does end up having them falling in love, though i am avoiding the mushy stuff and in fact just keeping them wary of each other for the first book up until she begins to trust him as they are enemies until later on. the male character is a guilt-ridden prince, and the female character is seeking revenge for the destruction of her village and the murder of her family. If anyone wishes for me to e-mail them a clip from the story for a clearer idea of what i am talking about, just PM yours to me and i will send as soon as i can.