Re: Using Third Person Omniscient POV
I started with omniscient because I didn't know any better and was strongly encouraged to drink the cool-aid and switch to 3rd person limited. I'm glad I did because there are several key chapters that wouldn't have worked if I had been inside both MCs heads at the same time.
Is Wool by Hugh Howey the sort of thing to emulate with the limited 3rd person? I found that story a good short story/novella but an awful novel for the reason of so little material in so many words.