Did you know you should write your synopsis for that book you’ve been wanting to write before you write the book? Kristen does, and in her lastest post she explains why. This one is chocked-full of why’s and how’s. Take a look. Thanks Kristen for the info… ~Elle
All righty, so last time we talked about the dreaded synopsis and covered why we need them and why they are important. Most writers wait until the book is finished to tackle the synopsis, but that isn’t an approach I would recommend. You don’t have to be a hard core plotter to gain massive benefits to writing a synopsis before ever writing page one.
I know all the pantsers groan when I mention any kind of pre-planning. You are squishing my creativity! Stifling my muse!
No. I am not. I am actually going to make you far more creative and I will prove it.
The Benefit of Boundaries
If I said to all of you. Write me a story and it is due next week, at least half of you? Your brains would vapor lock as you stared at a page.
What to write? So many ideas! How to choose?
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