While at the Pikes Peak Writer’s Conference this last April, a friendly woman sat beside me at lunchtime and launched into conversation with “pantser or plotter?” 467 more words
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I decided to change my novel writing strategy. I’m a pantser no more. A few days into writing using an outline and knowing my major plot points, something miraculous has happened: I’m not freaking out and experiencing high levels of gut churning fear at the blank page staring me down each morning when I begin to write. 352 more words
Take a glimpse of my calendar in the picture above. Does this tell you that I’m a “plotter” or a “pantser” (plotter being a writer who outlines, pantser being a writer who doesn’t)? 178 more words
What are your thoughts on this software? I’d love to hear them along with any advice you can offer!
I just started using Scrivener because getting organized wasn’t a problem–it was maintaining organization once I started changing things in my manuscript. 248 more words