How to Maintain Accuracy Across Multiple Plot Lines in Historical Fiction

Every time I a conference, class, or attend appear on a podcast, they inevitably ask the question: “Are you a pantser or a plotter?”

(Research and Storytelling for Successful Historical Fiction)

I want to wave the freedom flag with all the pants in the room. They describe sitting down at the computer watching as stories pour out of them. From beginning to end, a never-ending flow of brilliance and light. So, I tried the technique. I sat and waited for the muse to strike. I had the idea for a novel, but it was not filling the page, as my fellow pantsers described.

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