Hi, I'm in the middle of a rather large fantasy novel which has half a dozen main characters, and I found myself writing a dinner between three of them. From three different points of view. At present I've got them separated by chapters, which seems clumsy to me, not to mention makes for three short chapters, but at least clearly signals that it's a new character each time. I've thought about scrapping the chapters and using breaks instead. But my question is this. Is there a better more seemless way to switch POV's while letting the audience know what's happened so that there's no confusion, and at the same time keeping the narritive flowing smoothly? Thanks, Greg.