This is a question that most writers ask. Does it really matter what you write your novel? What what doesn’t work? The answer is simple – there is no right or wrong. There’s no rule that we have to write a story in order. Both approaches work. It depends on the kind of writer you are. It’s down to the writer how they want to write their novel, but it’s also down to the writer to bring it all together to make it work effectively the reader will enjoy the story. There are advantages and disadvantages to each one. It’s up to the writer to work with the method that works for them. Linear Writing Writing the story in sequence is as linear writing. In other words, it’s written chronologically, in order as the reader it, chapter by chapter, from first chapter to last. This tends to be how plotters and planners like to write. They plan each chapter, they do chapter outlines and story arcs and they follow the story as they write. This them focused and avoids confusion over sequencing/or sequence of events. The advantage of this […]

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