By: Ruth Ann Nordin
There is no one method that works for everyone. You need to write in whatever way will get the book finished. Some of us write by the seat of our pants, others need to plot everything out ahead of time, and others fall somewhere in between. Today, I want to talk about writing by the seat of your pants because I am that type of writer.
Now for the post…
1. It all begins with knowing your genre.
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- How To Write By The Seat of Your Pants http://ow.ly/lzQW9 via Ruth Ann Nordin
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