Jennifer's Journal


Saturday, October 31, 2009

Writing Tip of the Day

Some writers say they are "pantsers" rather than "plotters," meaning they don't plot their work but just sit down and start writing "by the seat of their pants." Don't be misled. Their books have usually been simmering on a back burner for weeks or months. They have a basic story concept and planned events in mind, even if they prefer not to set them down in a formal plot outline.



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