Friday, October 15, 2021

Friday Eleanor Webster is Visiting and Talking about Panster or Plotter #Panster #Regency #Romance #Ballrooms #drawing rooms


Are you a panster or a plotter or perhaps a bit of both? 


I am definitely a Panster. I fly by the seat of my pants which is why, on occasion, my plots can be a tad convoluted. Also I’ll never write a mystery. Everyone would either know ‘who done it’ from the first line or else be totally confused by its unlikely conclusion.


2. Which comes first - characters or plot for you? The characters always come first. I hear their voices and dialogue. I struggle with the action piece.


3. What are you working on now? Is this a book in a current series or something totally new? I am working on another regency novel. It features a rather prim governess a little driven by duty. However, the hero helps to overcome those prim moments as she falls into scrapes and, eventually, love.


4. Do you have some kind of object or place that figures in most of your books? I use gems a lot, hospitals, and caves. I write regency historicals, so ballrooms and drawing rooms are a must. I love repartee regency times provide wonderful opportunities.


5. Do you write every day or just when the spirit hits? I force myself to write something everyday. If I waited for the spirt, the screen would be blank.


6. Where can we find you? You and find me on Facebook @eleanorwebsterauthor, and on my



7. Who are your favorite authors? What about a book you’ve enjoyed? I read for pleasure and laughter. I work as a school psychologist and find that I shy away from the sad or heavy during my days off. I love Sophie Kinsella. Twenties Girl is my favorite title. Who can resist a 1920s ghost story with an adorable, wonderful, humous ghost?




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