By Steven Capps From A Writers Path. Let’s discuss plotting. Not the evil, “let’s take over the world” kind, though I guess that does fit. I’m talking about the events that create a story. Specifically, I’m talking about the events that create my stories and how I go about developing them.
I need to qualify the individual nature of this topic, because every process is different and there are no right answers. If you want to give my approach a try, fantastic. If you think its total crap, that’s cool too. As long as you are not throwing cabbage at your keyboard, you are only doing it wrong if it isn’t working for you. I call this “patchwork plotting” because…
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