Which are you, a plotter or a pantser?
In other words, do you plot, or fly by the seat of your pants*?
Even if you don’t love to plot, writing into a deep fog with no idea where you’re headed is never fun. In this mini-lesson, we’ll explore how to use the Hero’s Journey framework as a strategy to map a general plan for where our characters are headed.
*Curious where this odd phrase comes from?
Fly by the seat of your pants is a term from early aviation. Pilots had very little by way of navigation tools. Making it to a final destination relied on a pilot's wits and intuition. The term emerged in the 1930's, and was first widely used in reports of Douglas Corrigan's flight from the USA to Ireland in 1938.
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