You are an old soul writer–neither a pantser (who writes by the seat of her pants) nor a plotter (who plots out a book before writing it). You’re a person who values serendipity and spontaneity, but also realizes the benefit of having an idea where a story is going before you write it. You may make up an outline or have a plan for a book, and write something totally different, but that’s OK.
You’re not comfortable writing without having at least some idea of where the story is going, but you also like the freedom to change the story from what you originally planned. You’re a born writer who realizes the value of serendipity.
(Originally published at Anywhere Is…)