"I’m pretty much first-person these days, unless there’s a narrative reason it needs to be otherwise." - Jessica Leader, author of Nice and Mean.
"This isn't something I choose. That's something that just happens- it's native to the characters. Whoever shows up in my head knows how they want their story told." - Saundra Mitchell, author of Shadowed Summer.
"The story dictates the POV. I start out writing in the POV that seems right, and the story tells me if its wrong. I told you I'm a panster!" - Michelle Zink, author of Prophecy of Sisters.
Be sure to come back Tuesday when the authors begin confessing their writerly faults.