Hello all, I am knew to the board so would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. I am currently writing my first novel and I am a little worried that I might potentially confuse my readers with my choice of narrative mode. I'm not switching heads during chapters as I know that that would be far too confusing for the reader, I am using one chapter per character but I do have what I think is an unusual style which I can't remember reading in a novel before. I have chosen a third person omnipresent form of narration but I have combined this with a first person narration for the same character at times during the chapter to indicate the thoughts within that character's head. Only their thoughts and nothing else. When I make this change in perspective I make a new paragraph and I also use italics to help make it clearer that these are the internal thoughts of the actual character and not that of the third person narrator. My question is whether or not this is possible or would this be too confusing for the reader?