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'The green room can be daunting when you’re starting on your literary career but I’ve found it a source of conversation and news. After a solitary winter of writing, there’s nothing better than meeting others to discuss the vicissitudes of being a published author.'
Faced with the perennial question for writers of ‘how do you come up with your plots?’ David Davies considers his own and others’ practice, and finds that it depends very much on the kind of writer you are, as to whether you spend months on research and planning before putting pen to paper, or rely on that moment of inspiration to set your story in motion.
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