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Tag Archives for " world building "

How to Be an Organized Pantsing Writer

Published January 29, 2013 in Help For Writers - 0 Comments

I will tell you before you read this that all of what I’m about to say is total speculation. I’ve had an issue with my writing techniques for a while now and I always seem to come to the same conclusion: Planning a novel takes way to much time. I have read so many books […]

Light Bulb Moment

I’ve been really working on getting my flow back when it comes to the writing scene. Now I’m not just talking about actually putting words to paper where I get in a groove and everything comes out pretty decent. Because that is not the case. I know my writing feels clunky, missing much description, and […]

Writing, Organization, and Getting Out of the Bog

I’m really running into a problem with my novel. I want to write a good novel obviously, but the problem persists that I need to know certain things before I start putting words on the page. I already have spent so much time on character creation, culture creation, world building, plot lines, etc. But I’m […]