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Plotters and Pantsers

A Christian novelists group I belong to recently had a discussion about how to write a novel—which essentially boiled down to a debate between plotters and pantsers. Plotters outline the full book before starting to write. Pantsers write “by the … Continue reading

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Developing A Book by Tara Randel

One of the things I enjoy about writing is the developmental stage. I’ll get a hint of an idea and suddenly a world of possibilities opens up. A world I have to quickly narrow down to a reasonable story plot. … Continue reading

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Current Events and Writing by Tara Randel

In light of 911 and the history behind that date, I was thinking about world events and how they impact writers as we plot a story. With all the many different events taking place in the world today, and our … Continue reading

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