Posted on 04/07/2020 at 03:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Author and editor Christina Kaye wants to dispel a myth about plotting.
It doesn’t have to entail listing every single thing that will happen in your book.
Kaye suggests jotting down notes for each of the three “acts” in your novel, and after that, you can head to the writing process or continue planning by adding notes on your subplots.
And if you find yourself bogged down there? Permission granted (again) to start writing instead.
Check out Kaye’s advice for outlining and writing a novel, in full detail, on Joanna Penn’s blog.
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