There is no more contentious issue around writing fiction than whether an author should outline their novel or not. Planners – those who outline – insist that it’s the only way to write, whereas pantsers – those who write “on the seat of their pants” – claim that their way is best.
Of course, neither is best, but each of these approaches suits different writers. There are valid reasons for and against each choice. Here are some of them.
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