How to Use a Long-Form Synopsis to Plan Your Novel – by Julie Artz…

on Jane Friedman site:

Years ago, author Jen Malone mentioned in an #mglitchat discussion that she sends out a rough-form synopsis to critique partners during planning stages with the expectation not that they’d heavily critique it, but that they could ask 10–12 “what if” brainstorming questions to get her creative juices flowing.

I thought it was a fabulous idea, so my critique group tried it.

The results were amazing—this tool is now a permanent part of my toolbox and it can be part of yours too. Here’s how.

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