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Stop Plotting Paralysis, Use a Central Premise #AuthorToolBoxBlogHop

Stop Plotting Paralysis, Use A Central Premise SEVERAL PLOTTING METHODS are based on a structure that takes one concept and builds on it, expanding and splitting until a workable outline is achieved. By breaking the plot into small steps, the overwhelming process of plotting an entire novel is avoided. These methods are based on a…

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Plotter or Pantser? #AuthorToolboxBlogHop

PLOTTER OR PANTSER? The question inevitably comes up whenever two writers meet. Opinions are strong on which is the best way to plot, and arguments against the other method sometimes leads to heated debates. Continue reading

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Writing While Traveling #AuthorToolboxBlogHop

Writing While Traveling Writing while traveling is not impossible. You’ll need to adjust a thing or two, but, once done, you’ll not skip a beat when you’re on the road. Click To Tweet Have a Goal The first step to writing while traveling is to have a goal. Do you want to accomplish a certain…

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