Janet Fox, a pantser, explains how she tried something new with her latest revision:
"I had to take drastic, desperate action. Which meant…making a plan.Go here to read the full post.
But here’s the catch. I couldn’t bring myself to make a detailed outline, even with this mess. I needed direction and focus, not constraints that would make me hate the work. I needed to understand deeper motivation and theme, I had to expand my character analysis, and I wanted to be certain that the plot was not only clear but also included the twists and turns that I love to incorporate in my stories.
So I wrote a 'treatment.' It’s the kind of thing that filmmakers write as they are about to begin storyboarding."
Illustrate and Write On (and maybe try writing a treatment!)