Okay, so in the story I'm currently working on, I've been having a hard time choosing which viewpoint I should write in. Now, I do my best writing in 1st person; it helps me connect with the character and establish their personality more effectively. It also helps me with their character development. The only problem I've found by doing this is only that one character will have any real obvious development to the reader. It makes it appear as though the character who's point of view I'm writing from is the only real important one, when the truth is actually quite far from that. In the story I'm working on, I have a rather large amount of characters, and there is a large portion of them who have major roles and gain significant amounts of character development. So while I want to use the best of my ability to write in first person to help the plot run more smoothly, I am also worried that it will make it seem as though many of the other characters are static. So, the other day, I tried something I hadn't thought of before. I tried writing each chapter from a different character's POV. So, what I tried was writing Chapter 1 from Character A's POV, then Chapter 2 from Character B's POV, then Chapter 3 from Character C's POV, etc. Now, I know this isn't a new method of writing, but I would like to know what others' thoughts on this method is. Do you find it confusing when each chapter is written from a different character's point of view? Or do you think it helps with their character development? Please share your thoughts.