Check out this post from Jean’s Writing blog with How to be more productive as a panster
Try applying ‘living in the moment’ to your writing.
Sounds easy, right? Well, not for me. But the more I thought about the idea, the more I began to realize that is how I write. I write as my characters interact in their moments. Mindfulness is not just for day-to-day living, but for writing too.
Stay with me. Don’t let your mind wander.
Did you ever try to cram more and more into your day? And at the end feel as though you’d accomplished nothing? Me too.
After reading Writing By the Seat of Your Pantsby Karen Bell-Brege, I began to understand how pansters are like improv artists.
Pansters let the characters improvise the flow of their story. We do not hold them to an outline.
What it means to write ‘live in the moment’?
- Improv is storytelling. Weave the bold, weird and unusual into the story.
- Focus. Focus on the immediate…
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