THESE TIPS & TOOLS HELPED ME GET MY SEVEN NOVELS WRITTEN AND THEY WILL WORK FOR YOU, TOO!
► Have you always wanted to write a novel, but not sure you can do it?
► Do you have a love of language, but are afraid you'll get stuck with only a few pages written?
► Are you suffering from fear or procrastination when it comes to writing a novel?
Well, then you've come to the right place!
If You Can Follow Simple Directions, Here's How To Get Your Novel Written In Your Spare Time — And Have Fun Doing It!
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This course is for every writer who wants to write but finds that days go by and still they are no closer to their dream of writing a novel. This course requires only three things:
If you have these three (and I'm pretty sure you do), then this course will help you reach your goal of having a finished novel in your hands, ready to ship or email to an agent, or publish on your own!
This is a fast and fun course that will guide you gently through the creative process covering such areas as:
and much, much more!
Why Listen To Me?
I have a Masters in Creative Writing and have taken many, many courses on writing, and I have studied literally hundreds of books about the craft of writing. As far as I am concerned, I have earned me the equivalent of a PhD in writing! I've also been a judge on an international writing contest, so I know what I'm doing and people respect my judgement.
My teachers (for both the books and in the courses) have been the best of the best. In other words, I've learned from the experts. In addition, I have written all my life: I've been a technical writer, scientific report writer, proposal writer, and aftermarket software writer (you know, the books you buy at bookstores that really tell you how to use software, with tips 'n' tricks and all that).
But always and foremost, I am a creative writer—a novelist. I currently have three novels and a collection of short stories available online everywhere. One of my books was an Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award finalist. By early 2017, I will have ten books out—five more novels and another collection of stories.
Try This Course TODAY!
This is a brand new course for AUTHORS. I'm sure you will love the course and immediately benefit from what you learn. As with all of the WRITERS' SUCCESS SERIES courses, ask as many questions as you need to in the discussion area. I'll answer promptly.
No-Risk Trial If you are interested in finding out how to take this essential step to becoming a REAL writer, try my course risk-free. This course comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Should you decide it's not for you, no problem and I thank you for giving it a try.
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National Novel Writing Month, or "NaNoWriMo," is a great way to jumpstart your novel writing.
Camp NaNoWriMo is the kid brother or sister to NaNoWriMo and it gives you another opportunity to get your butt in your chair and write for 30 days straight!
The magic of simply taking pen to paper can take your novel a long way.
Dictating parts or all of your novel is a speedy way to get your first draft finished, but it's not without some problems.
Using your phone or tablet to jot down ideas, characters notes, and so on is not only convenient, it's smart.
Test your knowledge about NaNoWriMo.
The secret to success as a writer? HINT: The answer is in the title of this lecture.
If you are waiting for inspiration to strike before you start writing, you are going to have a very long wait indeed.
Find our your writing style and what that means for you. So, are you a "plotter" or a "pantser"?
An oft-confusing element of a story, explained for you once and for all!
What is this thing called writing "style" aka "voice?" Find out in this lecture.
Stories are told from one of three points of view: first, second, or third. This lecture explains the "first person" point of view.
Stories are told from one of three points of view: first, second, or third. This lecture explains the rarely used "second person" point of view ("POV").
Stories are told from one of three points of view: first, second, or third. This lecture explains the "third person" POV and what, exactly, that means.
Test your understand of POV.
A great tool that will help you crank out the words, this lesson presents: Write or DIE!
Pacemaker is your very own, use it whenever you want, NaNoWriMo-like incentivizer! Learn more about it in this lesson.
Time is a writer's most valuable resource. In this lesson, learn a few ways to manage your time better.
How can you develop the habit of writing daily? There's an app for that!