In the writing community, writers often talk about two kinds of writers: a Plotter or a Pantser.
A "Plotter" is a person who takes time to plot and/or outline a novel before they start writing it while a "Pantser" is a person who starts with a basic story idea and then dives right into writing, figuring out the story as they go, or "writing by the seat of your pants".
In this video, I interview author and AuthorTuber, Mandi Lynn about how to write a novel like a Pantser. She has successfully self published three books so far and has a bunch of great tips to share for both Plotters and Pantsers alike.
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