There’s a lot that can be said about plotting, weaving elements into your story in a specific way. There are processes that work well for one person, but not for another.
Whether you create detailed character bio sheets and have your story outlined in detail, down to the type of soap in the hotel bathroom, or if you’re what they call a pantster—someone who writes by the seat of their pants—I think this analogy will help.
I’m a believer that your best writing happens when…
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The Plot Skeleton
Keeping the Reader’s Interest
Arcs and the Plot
The Three Parts of Writing
Who’s Showing the Story?
Crafting Sentences and Paragraphs
Show Don’t Tell
Making Your Writing Soulful
Driving Your Story Forward
Self-Editing Your Work