Tag Archive: pantsing

Apr 30

Y is for Yeasty

Bouncing off the walls should be a familiar sensation to writers, whether it’s due to the excitement of a new story or a result of downing your forty-second cup of coffee of the day. That yeasty – being full of vitality, productivity, or creativity – feeling that has you clambering for the keyboard, bashing out …

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Oct 21

Don’t Panic!

Some of you will have ideas by now and some of you won’t. But panic knows no bounds. Just because you have an idea doesn’t mean you haven’t chewed your fingernails to the cuticle and worn a line in your office carpet walking back and forth trying to convince yourself your idea isn’t a worthless …

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Aug 04

Camp NaNoWriMo: Day 4 – To plot or not to plot…

  As promised yesterday I want to explain to you the differences between plotting a novel and winging it.   There are many people who will argue being a plotter (someone who plans where their story is going) is far more sensible and logical than being a pantser (the term for someone who writes by …

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