Let’s Talk PLOTTING.

Well, let’s VLOG about it anyway.

In this video:

– Cookie Vlog winner

– Microwaves

-Magnifying glasses


-Plotter/Pantser compromises

So tell me, how do YOU handle plot? Are you a PLOTTER, a PANTSER, or something in between?


9 thoughts on “Let’s Talk PLOTTING.

  1. Danielle says:

    I am the exact same way. I guess that means good things for me. 🙂

  2. SM Schmidt says:

    If by vagueish outline of what kinda needs to happen then rushing off to write it counts as Plotter I’m good. What gorgeous weather you’re having! Very envious!

  3. NLMars says:

    I’m a bit of an in-betweener. The only plotting I do it the very basic outline of the book, and then as I progress through the story, it all comes to me then.
    I *try* to be organised, like you, but damn, it’s so hard. I’ve never been good with organisation. :-/

  4. It’s funny because I am kind of the same way. Only, in most aspects of my life I am a completely organized freak. Seriously. But when it comes to writing and plotting… no so much. I just can’t seem to outline. And if I do outline, it usually just ends up being a vague jumble of words strung together.

    I guess that’s good if I ever loose my laptop or something. No one could steal my ideas because they wouldn’t have a clue as to what I’m talking about. 🙂

    • veschwab says:

      I wonder why it works that way. And haha, I don’t think anyone could EVER make a book out of all my craziness if they came upon it either! Everything is so scattered that sometimes *I* have a hard time making sense of it :p

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