For those of you who have been working in the Young Adult genre this is probably a no brainer. For a newbie like me, it's a head scratching puzzlement.
In my present YA project, I have put the antagonist's point of view in alternating chapters for effect as well as clarity. However, a couple of writers new to YA and I are wondering if more than one point of view is acceptable. We know that it is frowned on in Middle Grade and younger.
1. How many points of view would you suggest for a young adult novel?
2. Would you change points of view within a chapter?
3. If so, would you separate the paragraphs with *** or an extra space?
Any advice or guidance you can share with us would be soooo welcome!
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