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Balancing Pantsing and Plotting: Part 1

Pantsing and Plotting: A Never-Ending Debate Pantsing (also known as discovery writing): Flying by the seat of your pants while writing, letting the stories and the characters come to you as you go. Plotting (also known as outlining): Planning the details of your book—the plot, the structure, the characters, the…

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An Indie Author Guide to Saving Money on Editing—Part 1: The Value of Patience

Welcome to the first part of my new weekly series on methods that indie authors can use to save money on editing. The first question that you might have is why would an editor want to tell an author how to save money on her services. The reasons are many,…

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SUNDAY REBLOG: Why You Should Do NaNoWriMo… And Why You Shouldn’t « terribleminds: Chuck Wendig

Should you do NanoWriMo or not? Chuck Wendig over at terribleminds has some thoughts on the matter. Source: Why You Should Do NaNoWriMo… And Why You Shouldn’t « terribleminds: chuck wendig

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