Can you write a novel in a week?
To the authors,novelist: What's the shortest amount of time in which penned a book?
72 hours...stephen king did it with running man...imagine that.
If I had the story preplanned in my mind, I could probably do it in a week. But would it be good? - likely not as there would be no time to edit.
Yes, I probably could, if that was my only focus with no distractions, I am sure I can do it!!!
I really wish I could because there is still so many untold stories that could be powerful within the industry. Thanks for the great question.
Not a chance, not with three young children to look after as well! But if I could work from morning until night with no distractions, with my meals brought to me, and energy enough to keep writing for 16 hours a day for seven days, then possibly. I don't think it would be any good though - I take it you're talking about a first draft? I don't think it would be possible to write a very good polished manuscript in a week, no.
I tried NaNoWriMo, and managed to write about a tenth of a novel in that time, and that was 50,000 words in one month. My novel ideas are too big to write quickly I think.
Some people have more focus than me though! I'm sure others could manage it, but I could not.
Technically, I could but I know I probably wouldn't be happy with it. What would be the point anyway ?
I probably could, but it probably would not be very good, but it would be a novel.
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