Toning the Sagging Middle of Your Novel — Thinking Through Our Fingers

Think just the way it is. We know that everything will change. Even after a good plotting is done. A writer is always a good thinker. It does not mean that changing is forbidden. Let it flow like water.

As a writer, I fall somewhere in the middle of the pantser/plotter spectrum. I like to plot out basic story beats (Dan Wells’ 7 point plot is my current favorite) and then pants my way from one point to the next. This means that I’m generally pretty enthusiastic about drafting beginnings (when I get to […]

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