So my current project is an extremely long one following two different MC's and two secondary protag's. One MC and two of the secondary characters are on the east coast, the second MC is on the west coast. Both have their own plots that are coming toward each other and will intersect at the beginning of the sequel where the two MC's and 2 secondary's all join up and move on with the story together. Now here's the question. Is it too much stuff for ONE book if I write it in a fashion such as chapter one MC East Coast, Chapter 2 MC West Coast and so on? Or would it be better to separate the West Coast character into their OWN separate work and have what was going to be the sequel be the threequel? Info that might help is though the two plots do move forward independently of one another, it is shown through the storyline how they are moving toward one another if that makes sense. Also I would be putting locations at the top of each chapter like January 15, 2004 Los Angeles, CA so the reader will know which character that chapter is focusing on.