Master The Outline – 12 Methods For Plotters & Pantsers – Part I

Sacha shares some great advice from her writing journey! 💖

Sacha Black

OutlineingIf you cut my wrist, I’d bleed pantser all over you. Which, for anyone that knows me in real life, is about as ironic as you can get. I’m hyper organised. I have lists of lists and spreadsheets to make even the hardiest of geeks weep. I’m so extreme my wife has to schedule in time for spontaneity.

Which is why, when I first started writing, I knew without hesitation I was a plotter. Except that I really wasn’t. I tried to plot my way through to finishing a novel and I couldn’t.

Plotting led to me drowning myself in cliches: balled up scraps of paper littered my living room, my laptop screen lay barer than the sahara and enough empty coffee cups loitered on my table to wakeneven the most exhausted mother. I was blocked.

In the end I threw my rigid-frigid-plottingrule book in the fuck it bucket and…

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