Plotter or Pantser?

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Plotter or Pantser?

Post by restcity » May 30th, 2022, 10:38 am

I think everyone here knows what a plotter/pantser is, so I'll just get straight to the answer of my own question.

I am a plotter no doubt. I write exactly where my story is going and how it will begin, continue, and end all before the real first draft is written.

But for my first Published book, Imagination, I was totally a pantser! When I was writing and drawing the Children's book, I wrote and drew whatever popped into my head at the moment, with only the solid idea of what the book was about in my head.

So, are you a pantser or a plotter?


(P.S., you can find my book on amazon here!: ... uage=en_US

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Re: Plotter or Pantser?

Post by DrifterNZ » June 2nd, 2022, 4:45 am

Definitely a Pantser. My story just sort of evolved. Sometimes the plot twisted in ways that even surprised me.

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