Hi people, who are dedicated and likeminded to write innovative novels, I would like to propose an interesting question - the style of writing novels according to its plot, characters and themes. Specifically, I want to think of a whole new approach that may redefine and revolutionise it. Let's consider a specific element of writing novels where I want to reconsider the stylistic devices and conventions commonly used to deliver great stories. When writing plots, it has appeared, almost ubiquitously speaking, that novelists tend to write as their thoughts occur. It is far from highly structured approach, and similar to stream of consciousness. Ideally, I would take a highly structured approach where I think of time, flow and sequence of events as a conceptual matter/idea in themselves. This would give rise to the more wholesome beauty and meaning, that is, the richness, intricacy and beauty of time, plots and sequences as temporal metaphors and symbolisms. Obviously, this is as quite powerful as writing poetry, but at far greater length and in excess of 100 000 words. A following example will give you an idea of alternative methods of writing and organising plots, which are commonly narrated by its protagonist characters. Example: The Knight's Adventures in a Chaotic World, where he deals with opportunities, problems and issues within - his adventures that unfold on each page turn can take forms of a lotus, whose each petal represents one of five parallel/temporal pathways to resolution. That is, each petal can represent, respectively, the righteous pathway through fairness and equity, the neutral pathway through haphazard actions, the malicious pathway through aggravation on existing problems, betrayal, misuse of powers, and so on. This way, the storyline as a lotus is alternatively a metaphor of the spiritual reality, which is often esoterically stated to include non-linear pathways, human choices and unfolding consciousness over time. I would like to leave this interesting question for others to participate, and I look forward to receiving interesting ideas, viewpoints and suggestions.