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The Better Way To Write A Book: Plotter Or Pantser: Debbie Young, Rosalind Minett, Keith Dixon And David Penny

The Better way to write a book: Plotter or Pantser: Debbie Young, Rosalind Minett, Keith Dixon and David Penny



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.


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