by Anne Mohr
To plot or not to plot, or are you a plotter or a pantser? Pantser, by the way, is a term that I have never liked no matter how snappy it sounds, probably because pantsing (like pantser, not a word either) which is my writing style, just sounds weird. And, the last thing any writer needs is more weirdness. Enough that ideas come out of the blue, characters speak to you, not to mention the muse, along with a myriad of other peculiarities writers have been known to experience. Plotter, while it can sound sinister, is at least a real word.
Anne Mohr has been a member of RWA/NYC since 1993. Having lived in Fort Lee, New Jersey most of her life, she recently relocated to California, just because. Currently she is a real estate agent in both California and New Jersey. Many of her colleagues ask her to help write property descriptions and all of her clients love her emails. She writes as Jacqueline Stewart, Helen St. James and Max St. James and is published in short fiction (magazines.) She continues her work on “the book.”