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One of the complaints you might hear about being a “plotter” – which is to say a writer who carefully plans a piece and then writes from an outline – is that it sucks all the creativity out of the … Continue reading
The way I figure it, a writer should always be learning. Not just about what cyanide concentration will kill an adult male of average height and weights, or how nuclear cooling rods are supposed to work, or the economic fallout … Continue reading
Writers are sometime divided between pantsers and plotters (or gardeners and architects, if you prefer). That is, writers who make it up as they go along versus one who pre-plan a story’s structure, characters and scenes. I’m usually somewhere near … Continue reading