The Captain Jack Sparrow Method for First Drafts

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Getting through that first draft is one of the toughest part of writing—and one of the most important.

I’ve often felt while drafting that I’m not so much writing as much as I am weathering my way through it. No matter how carefully I set my sails, there’s inevitably a change in the wind at some point, and my story drifts off on some unchartered path.

This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but if you’re going to wing it in unknown waters, you better have a few tricks up your sleeve. Who better to take tips from than a the ultimate pirate, Captain Jack Sparrow?

Here’s four of his best tips to navigating the high seas to help you navigate your way through a first draft.

Photo by Ross Elliot


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Children's Author, micro-farmer in the great state of Texas
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