What’s the difference between plotting and pantsing, and does either approach produce better books? A debate between advocates of each method, refereed by someone who thinks she might be a bit of both.
Rosalind Minett (a pen name), writes character-led fiction. Formerly a chartered psychologist, Rosalind has spent the last 14 years as an expert witness. Her Historical fiction includes “A Relative Invasion” – A trilogy about rivalry, set in 1937-1959, and she’s also building up a collection of short, crime fiction to engage readers without murdering the mind.
The first is a paperback of “Me-Time Tales: Tea Breaks for Mature Women and Curious Men”, and an e-book copy of “Intrusion: WWII, two boys, a fateful rivalry” which is Book 1 in the Relative Invasion series.
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