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Plotter vs Pantser – Revisited

Recently, I read an article where the blogger stated that only the most talented and seasoned writers could possibly write as a 'pantser' and do it well. His basic message was that it takes years to find the groove where you can write a story 'by the seat of your pants', and still have a… Continue reading Plotter vs Pantser – Revisited

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3 Things I’ve Learned from Pantsing

I was swimming at 6:30 this morning.  Ok, not really, but it sure felt like it. That's because the characters in my book made the snap decision to hop in a pond and cool off. I hadn't planned on this. In fact it doesn't even really add to the plot. But I found myself writing… Continue reading 3 Things I’ve Learned from Pantsing

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Confessions of a closet Pantser

I have a confession to make. I am a Pantser.  I didn't know I was a Pantser. I've never been a Pantser. But lo and behold, I found out this week that I've had a forty-year-old Pantser living inside me, waiting to come out! Ask anyone who knows me, and they will be able to… Continue reading Confessions of a closet Pantser