Reblog: Plotting your novel like a pantser (writing tips)


(Many thanks to Sarah Zama at The Old Shelter. I’m definitely a planner, but for the first draft of NaNoWriMo, I can really use these tips on being a pantser!)

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I’m definitelly a plotter… after I’ve written the first draft. But before I write it, I’m an hopeless pantser. This is how I’m preparing to NaNoWriMo

Source: Plotting your novel like a pantser (writing tips)

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4 responses to “Reblog: Plotting your novel like a pantser (writing tips)

  1. So long as we don’t have to discuss the dimensions of the seat of one’s pants!

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  2. Thanks for reblogging this, Lillian. I’m happy it’s help 🙂

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