Alternatively titled: Plans? Who needs plans? Anyway. I was inspired by this Goodreads blog post. In which, it mildly goes into which authors/writers are ‘planners’ and which are ‘pantsers.’ Script or improv, basically. Whether the author plans out the book in some fashion or just makes it up as they go along. The differences in […]

How to Stop Wildfire and the subsequent books are based on a non-omniscient third-person point of view. Certain characters get to color the narration. And some, the titular ‘Trinity and the One,’ have an accessible thought process. A stream of consciousness. I like to think of the POV as like a microphone that the Trinity and the […]