Yes, I've been there before, but now I can look back and chuckle. And I can cringe at other writers asking the same questions. Seriously, folks, just write, and fudge about these silly questions (at least not until you're ready to submit)! And honestly, a lot of these questions would be answered if the writer had read a wide range of published fiction.
TOP TEN questions aspiring writers ask that simply don't matter in the grand scheme of things:
10. Can I change point of view characters?
9. Should I italicize or underline thoughts?
8. Should I have a prologue/Epilogue?
7. Am I mixing tenses if I use participial clauses in past tense?
6. Must my character be likable?
5. I need to change my characters' names, but they are perfect, what should I do?
4. What font should I use when I WRITE?
3. How do I indicate a scene change?
2. How long should a scene be?
1. How long should a chapter be?