Join me today at Savvy Authors for “A Pantser’s Guide to Organization.”
I’m a pantser, I admit it. Unlike “plotters,” who map out the details of their novel with outlines and character arcs and scene structures before writing, those of us who prefer to “write by the seat of our pants” tend to only have a general direction for our material before we take off.
But although my stories seem to grow organically, sprouting somewhat willy-nilly from the garden of my imagination, I don’t have the luxury of behaving in such a manner when it comes to my career as an author.
I have discovered, sometimes the hard way, that I need to be organized, diligent, and often (gasp!) plan ahead when it comes to managing and advancing my business as an author.
Almost every aspect of being a professional author requires some organizational structure, even if your story development process doesn’t.
So join me at Savvy Authors today to learn how organization can help authors during the writing process, throughout the querying process, and for tax purposes.