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Pants!!!

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No, not trousers. Although trousers are good too.

Today I’m the guest blogger at Suzanne Van Rooyen’s site. She’s my agent-sister—we’re both represented by Jordy Albert of the Booker Albert Literary Agency—and she’s got a cool blog with all sorts of great posts.

My entry is “In Defense of Pantsers”—those writers who tend to fly by the seat of their pants when they write (ah! the name!), as opposed to plotters, who map out their whole story ahead of time. I deeply respect plotters and wish I could be more like them, but I am an inveterate pantser. I cannot deny it. So instead, I blogged about it.

Stop by and share your thoughts—are you a plotter or a pantser? The debate rages on, but surely we can happily coexist!