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It’s a Book Bible aka

  • Novel’s GPS
  • Outline
  • Plot Points
  • Synopsis Details
  • Character Development
  • Character Arcs
  • Setting & Location
  • and more!

Day 7 of PREPtober has

  • Avery printable tabs
  • Premise Audit Checklist

If you’re still trying to decide if you’re a pantser or a plotter, definitely go with PLOTTER

why?

Because Plotters writer faster and do it with less revisions and rewrites.

When you’re a Plotter, you write like this

When you’re a Pantser, sometimes you have moments that are like this

 

But more likely, the majority of your days as a Pantser are like this

So why is this?

Plotters have an exact blueprint to follow. Their novel outline is their own personal Book GPS. 

While it may seem romantic & more creative to simply “wing it”, organized writer with a well-thought out plot line, full & multi-dimensional characters will always win.

What goes into a Book Outline

Putting together your book outline is usually done in a Book Bible, aka all the details in your book.

 

Day 31 of PREPtober has

  • The Ultimate Outline Template
  • Tutorial on How To Use It

Learn the 8 parts in this video on how to put together your Book Bible.