A fantastic post I came across on a site I think many of you may really like! Meredith at Fiction Workbench discusses POV’s and using first and third person. In. The. Same. Story.
Here’s the snippet as well as a link to the whole article and Meredith’s fabulous site.
‘First of all, there’s no problem at all with mixing first person and third person POV in a single story or across a collection of stories like you are planning. Writers do it all the time. It’s probably best to establish a pattern–so when you are *in* Derke or Shylocke’s POV, use first person for them every time. Don’t have one scene/story in Derke’s POV written in first, and then another in third. Be consistent. If you want Granish to be in third person, use third person for all of his POV scenes or stories. But as long as you maintain that sort of consistency, it’s okay even to write a novel that has some POV characters in first person and others in third.