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The story I'm writing has no outline, but is keeping me entertained. Am I OK?


 

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Linda Rawlinson (Lady Wordsmith) says

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    Tom Ware (Tusitala Tom) 4 years ago

    Concure completely with Lady Wordsmith. My additional advice: write every day for a least three weeks - you won't be able to give up the habit.

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    Linda Rawlinson (Lady Wordsmith) 4 years ago

    But the outline can come later. Free writing can reveal so much that an outline would inhibit. A first draft is where the mistakes are made, and the gems discovered - the edit is where all the problems are ironed out.


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