Hello everyone, What is the best way to switch POV of support characters in the same chapter? My Main Character has a fist full of support characters, each with their own personality that I weave into the story like colorful beads. This allows me to make them human. This happens in the first few chapters until the Main takes over, and hopefully if I have done my job right, the reader is hopelessly attached and rooting for the whole group. But the mechanics of the switch has me baffled. I have seen writers that use chapters to switch characters or settings. I have seen them bold out or change font of the first word of a paragraph to hint to the reader of the scene and character change. Since some of my setting changes fall within the same chapter. What are some of the common practices to limit the confusion of the reader? Please understand that I am not playing ping pong throughout the Novel. Once the supporting character makes it to the main plot, the MC's POV is usually the constant unless I devide them to serve the plot.