No, not written. Well, some of them are, but I'm plotting. I need some more scenes between my pivotal fight scenes. I did add Villian POV. 4 whole scenes, but with the book Villian. Note there is a super villian at work as well. Not super as in Superman, but an overall villian that can never truly be defeated. There's a lot of physical action in my story. Maybe that's just me or just this story or just paranormal in general. If I could make each scene 2000 words long I'd be gold, but I tend to run between 1000 and 2000 with each scene after edits.
Yes, I'm rambling here. Should I give a peak into the super villian's mind or should we just see it through the other characters? He's got a lot going on in there and I don't know how much of it will be seen in this book. To be honest, this is a stand alone single title, but the super villian might cross into another couple of books I have ideas for. Ramble, ramble, ramble. Okay, gotta go and work some more on my plot. Last question -
Do you let your villian have a point of view? Do you like stories where you get into the villian's head?