I used to take a writing course back in the day. I have always liked trying new things when it comes to perspective, characters and genres. Something I thought was a good thing in a writer, but I got criticized for it by my writing teacher. Guess he meant I had found my niche. Third person limited horror/fantasy stories... that's also what I prefer to write, but I still enjoy experimenting. Some examples of things I've tried are writing from a fly's perspective, had a main character that doesn't speak, but eagerly narrates the story in first person, and I switch genres constantly. So my question is: Should you experiment or stick to what you're good at, and improve on that? And do you experiment a lot while writing?