My most recent project is a fantasy series that I have been working on for about a year and a half. I started having every book narrated in third person but then switched to first person because I felt like I write better in first person and I think it makes the books flow better. I wanted my protagonist to narrate all the books. Then, for some reason, I started writing sections from another character's point of view. Finally, I decided to have two 'sections' to each book - one complete story narrated by my protagonist and the same story narrated by someone else. Does anyone know if this has been done before? I assume it has been done but I just have not heard of anyone using this technique. I would love to read something like this; I like to get multiple points of view into what is going on. If someone has tried it, have you found yourself starting out with the plot but then deviating? The first book in my series has the second section narrated by the antagonist. And he keeps trying to change things around on me. So far, I believe they have been good changes and I think that they really help my novel. I like having both points of view presented; I think it adds something to my series. My antagonist is a fun character to write and I love to get into what he is thinking and feeling during the story. I feel like I have a better understanding of him and his motives by writing this alternate novel. It is also helping me develop secondary characters as some alternates are written from their point of view. Any thought and/or experiences you would like to share?