play format novel writing
Question: Is it possible to use more than one style of writing while trying to write a series of novels?Answer:
Of course. The great thing about writing is that anything is possible.
Sometimes writers intentionally change styles to reflect the content of each novel. (James Joyce, to take one example, was the master of using a different style in each chapter.)
Sometimes a writer's style changes on its own over time as they learn and grow, so that if a decade or more separates the first and last book of a series, the styles are quite different. (Ursula K. Le Guin's Earthsea
series is an example that comes to mind.)
I'm guessing from the title of your question that you're considering using a play format for one of your a novels? That's a bold choice. The reader/publisher might wonder if it's actually novel or a play you're writing.
I have, however, seen novels with sections that are in play format, and that can work quite well.