The Importance of Story Lines and Themes in Driving a Book’s Genre

We know that people have a variety of approaches to writing a novel. Some write by "pantsing," some by outlining, and some by a combination of both methods. While each approach offers unique advantages, each also comes with a unique set of challenges. For example, what happens if you’re “pantsing” and the story goes completely lopsided? If you’re following your characters through a story, what do you do if they become hopelessly lost? L. E. Perez, author and owner of Palmas Publishing, explains...
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