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Why Everyone Should Outline (even if it's just a little)

Pantsing. First of all, I feel like plotters get a better word to describe themselves than pansters do. Pantser just sounds weird. Does this mean I’m biased about pantsing from get go just because of the word? Maybe.

But I also have some good points about why being a plotter is better than being a panster (no offense to all you discovery writers) #sorrynotsorry.

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Deep Dive into Your Characters

I’ve been reading Story Genius by Lisa Cron lately, which has gotten me thinking a lot about character and the importance of character in storytelling. Well duh, you might be thinking. And yes, it seems obvious that character is important, but a lot of times in manuscripts I edit, character is forgotten in lieu of plot. Plot is definitely important, but Cron says that plot is secondary to character. Let me tell you guys, she is so right.

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How to Write Good Dialogue

Writing dialogue can often be a tricky process. It’s not just about capturing the essence of how your characters would speak according to their age, the time period they live in, and where they live, it’s also about using a mixture of various beats and dialogue tags in a way that is most effective for your story. If the previous sentence made your eyes spin, keep reading. I’m about to break it down.

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