Who says you have to write a story from beginning to end? Fools, I say!
A great novel begins with a good outline. In the beginning, it does seem like a lot of work. However, your story will flow and your audience will experience a captivating tale.
Have you ever thought about writing a novel, or tried it? There are some great free software tools that will help you get organised. See great tips.
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he word novel has been derived from an Italian word novella, which means a new story or a new thing. A number of critics have defined the word novel in a different way. A novel is a fictitious prose narrative which contains at least 20000 words.
Every snowflake is different, just like every book that is, or ever will be, written. Here is an overview of the Snowflake Method for writing a novel.
Tips and techniques for outlining a fiction book or novel so you can create the bare bones of a story idea before fleshing out the bulk of the content.
Writing a 100,000 word novel takes planning and organization. It is a step-by-step process from beginning to end. Constructing a game plan before you begin will help you greatly.
You can write a novel in 30 days! It takes a little planning, some steely resolve and an idea. I write here about my experience attempting the 50,000 word-challenge during the month of November.
"How do you eat an elephant." Answer: "One bite at a time. In the case of a novel however, the answer is in "writing one scene at time".