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Writer’s Toolkit: Plot — Scarborough Mysteries

March 8, 2021

When I was teaching creative writing for Hull University’s BA degree, I would suggest visualising plots as a washing line to hang scenes on. This might work for some. However, several years later on and into my second novel for Constable/Little Brown, I am revising my ideas. With my hysterectomy in 2019, and the restrictions […]

Writer’s Toolkit: Plot — Scarborough Mysteries

Some interesting ideas on thinking about plot development in this post by Kate Evans. Read on to discover how she moves from washing lines, to jigsaws, to collage. Might inspire you to draw your own comparisons between how you approach different activities and how you could transfer these approaches to the way you bring your writing together.

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