Tag Archives: seat-of-the-pants writing

The Write Path, with guest Betty Owens

In perfect timing after after Monday’s “The Dangers of SOTP Writing” article, Betty Thomason Owens shares a positive experience with writing by the seat of the pants. Three cheers for chasing rabbits . . . I had the perfect plan for my … Continue reading

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On-Going Outlining Saga

As you know, if you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time, I’ve been working on my entr’acte between Give the Lady a Ride and The Final Ride using Katie Weiland’s Outlining Your Novel workbook–an experiment of sorts, since I … Continue reading

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Adventures in Writing

I’m trying some different techniques as I write Riding Herd, the sequel to Give the Lady a Ride. I’m not editing as I go, and I trying to outline the plot. This latter isn’t too unusual, but as a pantser, I’ve outlined far more … Continue reading

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