Hey all, I've begun working on a new project and it's made me realize that I have an odd sort of habit: I tend to write each scene from more than one person's POV in 3rd person. I know about 3rd person omniscient, but it's not exactly like that. I tend to have a scene mostly from a particular character's POV and then sort of insert another person's ideas into it. It's hard to explain without giving an excerpt, but it goes something like: "Mark wandered into the room and grabbed a Coke while simultaneously replaying the dialog with Stacy in his head. While he slumped at the table, contemplating every facial expression she had made, every pause, every word, Annie pursed her lips scowled angrily. "'Well you could say hello, Mark!' Mark jumped and eyed his roommate. 'Oh, hey. Didn't see you there.' You never see me there, Annie thought, biting back the urge to say something more nasty" (This isn't actually from any work or anything. Just made it up for this post) Anyway, you see how I sort of flop points of view halfway through? Well, I've been doing this for a long time and never really thought there was anything wrong with it. But recently, a lot of people have been telling me I should limit all scenes to only 1 point of view. What do you guys think?