A story’s viewpoint may appear to be a straightforward choice. Choose a point of view and start writing. But my experience with viewpoint doesn’t support this ideal application. Rather, I have come to embrace the art of switching.
A contentious debate rages among authors over plotting and pantsing. At times, the argument draws blood with plotters accusing pantsers of pretending and pantsers referring to plotting as paint-by-numbers.
Self-reflection teaches you to look back on an experience and discover ways to improve your writing discipline. It encourages discovery, reveals decisions and organises information into a meaningful contexts.