Nonlinear Writing Pt.5

Now what if you’re one of those people who doesn’t like plotting your story out ahead of time because it makes you feel constrained? Nonlinear writing can help you, too! As the polar opposite, someone who likes to plan his stories a great deal before beginning with them, I’ve found jumping about in the story helps me see ways that moving scenes around, or even deleting them, postponing them until later books, or breaking them into short stories might better serve the goal of telling a good story. For the freeform writer, it may help you get past writer’s block or spot plot holes that you didn’t catch as you were writing.

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