A big part of writing is having fun. Another big part is experimenting. Fortunately, for me, they go hand in glove. In this case, I'm going to work on an episodic novelette series. That's a little experimental right there for me, but the real experiment comes into play in how I write it.
For my longer works, my writing plan that involves several phases of writing or edits or fleshing out and hoping around. It's sorta new too. But for this episodic series, I'm trying a different way. You see, I get bored easy, so I figured, even if I am working on different parts for different works at the same time, if I'm doing the same process, some part of me will get bored. So I decided to do something that is opposite of it. That is, instead of doing a sketch draft, then a filling it out more in next draft, then filling out more again in the next plus fill in any place holders or research-related holes, and so on, for this episodic series, I'm working on each chapter until it is ready for nook proof. Then I'll move onto another chapter. I'm still going to try to write it a little out of order, in that I want to get two or three main chapters first: the beginning and the end (with the climax). After that, I'll probably go in order.
So, that's enough of that. What do you do to experiment with your writing? What is your writing and rewriting process?