Hate plotting? I used to hate it too. Finally, after several years wasting time I buckled down, and developed “organic plotting.”
It’s part pantsing, part outlining. It’s an easy method for pantsers as well as for authors who enjoy outlining.
Here’s the thing. If you can’t plot novels and short stories with confidence and ease, you’ll procrastinate.
This means that you’ll write much less. And you’ll sell less. You’ll take longer to build a fan base for your fiction. Some authors agonize over plotting so much that they give up writing fiction.
When you know how to plot, you’ll write more
You need a method of plotting which encourages you to write, and encourages creativity. You need to enjoy plotting, because if you don’t enjoy it… You won’t do it.
Hot Plots: Craft Hot-Selling Fiction in 5 Minutes (or less)
Hot Plots is our most popular fiction writing program.
I’m often asked whether we’ll be running an offering on Hot Plots, so here it is, just in time to help you to develop your self-publishing plans for 2018.
As always, Hot Plots includes coaching. You can use your coaching in any way you choose:
- To develop your plot for a new novel;
- To get help planning a series;
- For help with the novel you’re currently writing.
Our Hot Plots holiday offering ends on December 1
Our Hot Plots offering will end on December 1.
We always have queries about the coaching component — primarily, do you have to use your coaching immediately?
You may use your coaching for Hot Plots at any time between now and January 1, 2019. That gives you over 12 months to get the biggest benefit from your coaching in writing fiction and creating great plots.
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