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#IAF16 Plotter or Pantser? @DebbieYoungBN @keithyd6 @minettjr @davidpenny_ bit.ly/IAF172995 #selfpub Click To Tweet
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.
Debbie is giving away a signed paperback copy of her latest collection of humorous short stories “Marry In Haste: 15 Short Stories of Dating, Love and Marriage.”
Rosalind is giving away a paperback of “Me-Time Tales: Tea Breaks for Mature Women and Curious Men”, and an e-book copy of “Intrusion” which is Book 1 in the Relative Invasion series.
David is offering one winner the opportunity to name a victim in his next mystery (there will be more than one victim so male or female names allowed). His next book will be set in a contemporary setting, so you will not be limited to historical names.
Head on over to Amazon to download your complimentary copy of Keith‘s book “Altered Life”, part of the Sam Dyke Investigation series.