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
I have a confession to make. I'm in love with one of my characters. Ok, maybe 'in love' is a bit dramatic. (Me? Dramatic? No!) But I'm sort of feeling very attached. In a totally normal, non-stalkerish, happily-married, not-crazy-at-all-for-obsessing-over-an-imaginary-person type way. Promise. So, here's the deal: The most recent rough draft I finished is a… Continue reading That villain, and why I love him.