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133 - Beating Imposter Syndrome with Fast Drafting, with Julie Artz

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In this episode:
Julie Artz started fast drafting back in 2011, when she took part in her first NaNoWriMo. All she had was a 5 beat cheat sheet and the resulting novel was very messy!

She now does a lot more preparation for NaNoWriMo, taking her time to think about the characters, plot points and end of the book. By the time November rolls along, she has a solid synopsis. She explains her process in the interview.

We talk about the benefits of having a synopsis, even if you’re a pantster which, at her heart, Julie still is.

We talk about how and when imposter syndrome can hit, and Julie makes great suggestions on how best to manage it. She even has a free downloadable for you (link below) to help you when you’re feeling uninspired and are wondering why you’re even trying to write this novel!

Today’s episode is perfect if you want to incorporate fast drafting into your life. It’s a great way to beat imposter syndrome because you’re powering your way through a skeletal first draft, upon which you layer and build the finished story.

Julie Artz is a fabulous writer and coach and I highly recommend you take a look at her website and take in all her wisdom!

Links:

https://julieartz.com/

https://www.facebook.com/AuthorJulieArtz/

https://www.instagram.com/julieartz/

https://twitter.com/julieartz

Welcome | NaNoWriMo

Julie’s ‘Ready, Set, Draft’ mindset downloadable

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Archived series ("Inactive feed" status)

When? This feed was archived on February 27, 2024 01:56 (3M ago). Last successful fetch was on November 30, 2023 12:58 (6M ago)

Why? Inactive feed status. Our servers were unable to retrieve a valid podcast feed for a sustained period.

What now? You might be able to find a more up-to-date version using the search function. This series will no longer be checked for updates. If you believe this to be in error, please check if the publisher's feed link below is valid and contact support to request the feed be restored or if you have any other concerns about this.

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In this episode:
Julie Artz started fast drafting back in 2011, when she took part in her first NaNoWriMo. All she had was a 5 beat cheat sheet and the resulting novel was very messy!

She now does a lot more preparation for NaNoWriMo, taking her time to think about the characters, plot points and end of the book. By the time November rolls along, she has a solid synopsis. She explains her process in the interview.

We talk about the benefits of having a synopsis, even if you’re a pantster which, at her heart, Julie still is.

We talk about how and when imposter syndrome can hit, and Julie makes great suggestions on how best to manage it. She even has a free downloadable for you (link below) to help you when you’re feeling uninspired and are wondering why you’re even trying to write this novel!

Today’s episode is perfect if you want to incorporate fast drafting into your life. It’s a great way to beat imposter syndrome because you’re powering your way through a skeletal first draft, upon which you layer and build the finished story.

Julie Artz is a fabulous writer and coach and I highly recommend you take a look at her website and take in all her wisdom!

Links:

https://julieartz.com/

https://www.facebook.com/AuthorJulieArtz/

https://www.instagram.com/julieartz/

https://twitter.com/julieartz

Welcome | NaNoWriMo

Julie’s ‘Ready, Set, Draft’ mindset downloadable

Line Editing Made Simple
Kick-start your editing for free!
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Support the show
  continue reading

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