Thursday, August 23, 2012

Does This Plot Make My Butt Look Big?

Yes, it's STILL my Launch Week over at The Debutante Ball.

(I know what you must be thinking--will this week never end? Don't worry, only one more day!)

Today, I address the burning Plotter or Pantser question. Not to give away my answer, but here's a hint:

How about you? (Well, the writer "yous" among you.) Are you a plotter, or do you write by the seat of your pants?

P.S. You can still be a WINNER. Just leave a comment over at the Deb Ball to enter for a chance to win a signed ARC of In a Fix. I'm giving one away every day this week, so you have lots of opportunities walk away with the FREEness*!

*Heh-heh. That rhymes with ... um, never mind. Carry on. 


Judy,Judy,Judy. said...

I was a pantser but I was told the resulting book wasn't good by someone I shouldn't have listened to. So I've tried to write using a 'structure' and it is excruciating and I don't like the results.
If In A Fix is the result of pantsing - I'm going back there!

abby mumford said...

i thought i was one thing, then i tried another. i'm neither. i'm both. i'm a combination of them all.

Kimberly Sabatini said...

Panster in the best and worst way. :o)

Diane Henders said...

Ooh, ooh, wait, I know! It rhymes with "leanness" and "meanness", right? ...right...?

Pantser all the way.

Patty Blount said...

Plotter, baby, and proud of it!

I have far too many things to remember and fewer and fewer brain cells left with which to do that. Plotting keeps me sane.

Unknown said...

i'm a bit of both, actually. i make outline after outline after outline, and then my characters decide to something completely insane and tear my outlines to shreds. the bastards