As an expert in structure, sometimes writers think I have an ideal form in mind already when I help them revise their manuscripts. Like there is a right way to organize a piece of literature. But that’s not true. And it’s not even entirely true — although a good place to start — to say that the form should fit the content, and that’s how you discern your ideal structure.
Sometimes it’s what do you like? Do you want something kind of Bauhaus-y, so that when visitors come over they marvel at the lines and ask, where do you put all your stuff? Do you want the equivalent of a cozy — if well-made — Cape? What feels like home to you?