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Write Track: Painless NaNo Planning for Plotters and Pantsters, with Troy Lambert

  • 09/12/2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom Meeting

Write Track: Painless NaNo Planning for Plotters and Pantsters

Virtual discussion on Zoom
September 12th
11:30-1pm
https://www.facebook.com/events/297129988206396

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Discussion description:

You’re planning to take a 50,000 word trip this November, right? Well, where are you going? Why are you going there? Who are you really? And how will you know when you get there?

From plotters who heavily outline every turn of their journey to pantsters who embark with no idea where they are headed, we’ll talk about proper prior planning for a painless Nano for Plotters or Pantsters, hopefully with a little less alliteration. Join us!

Direct Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84811805577?pwd=QVFlWkE1MzNhYU8zenM2WEhPUklMdz09

About our presenter Troy Lambert:

 “Making the world a better place by telling stories and helping others share theirs.”

Troy Lambert is a freelance writer, author, editor, and publisher who has dreamed of writing books since he was a young boy. He wrote his first book, George and the Giant Castle, when he was six years old. After being told by teachers, counselors, and many people around him that writing was a great hobby, but not a great way to make a living, Troy explored other money-making options.

After nearly three decades amassing a collection of name tags, hairnets, and various careers, he finally found the way to fulfill his dream of writing full-time and making a living at it. He currently has written over two-dozen books including ghostwriting projects, is a freelance writer, content strategist, ghostwriter, publisher, and occasional editor.

Troy lives, works, and plays in Boise, Idaho with his wife and a pack of very talented dogs who are occasionally enlisted to write blog posts and book blurbs. His fiction work can be found at fictionupdates.troylambertwrites.com and you can learn more about writing for a living at writingasabusiness.troylambertwrites.com.   

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