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Plotter or Pantser?

I was asked this question for an author interview recently and had to look it up, even though I worked out what it meant without quite knowing how pantser worked into the concept. 1,200 more words

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#amwriting - using StoryBox 2.0

I’ve been using StoryBox novel writing software for years now so it’s easy to forget what a difference it makes to my writing. You see, I’m a pantster at heart. 981 more words

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I'm a "Plantser" this year. What about you?

Every year, National Novel Writing Month (or as it’s more commonly known as, NaNoWriMo) occupies the brains and creativity of thousands upon thousands of writers of different levels while they sit down and try their hardest to spit out 50,000 words of a novel. 437 more words

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What kind of writer are you?

Every writer’s writing process is personal. There is no one way to do it and it may evolve as you move forward. All of my writing depends on so many factors, such as my environment, my state of mind, any distractions, and any slivers of inspiration.  276 more words

Pantster for Life!

I’m a pantster. This means I don’t plot out my novel before writing. I get an idea and then dive right in. I learn my characters and figure out plot as I go. 465 more words

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