Richard Ingermanson’s Snowflake Method.
I have received several messages asking, how to write a novel. I am spending a lot of time replying, so thought I would write a basic “How To”, article for those interested.
I fulfilled the November Write a Novel in a Month challenge, now what? I believe the sky is the limit. There is nothing that can’t be done with this novel. Writing a novel in a month was a great experience. Now, the hard work begins; editing, rewriting, publishing and promoting.
Taking on the task of writing a novel in a month sounded quite scary until I actual started. Now, I realize that writing a novel is not hard to do; writing a novel in a month is just a obtainable challenge.
You’ve finished your first draft and it’s time to party down! Here’s what to do when you wake up.
Hints and tips to make your writing more realistic and your characters more relatable.
Are you a writer looking to start writing your first novel? There are a few things you’ll need to get started…
If you need tips about how to inadequately design a plot and zero in on your theme, making completion of your novel unlikely, then read on! If you want to know how to draw your plot successfully, you can learn from my mistakes.
You want to write a novella. You may have an idea for a novel or a novella that’s been in your head for months or years.
You want it to grow and become something real with flesh.
Narrative Voices: Ask any author the most difficult part of writing a novel and they tell you in unison, its choosing the narrative voice. Choosing the right voice is the most important decision you should make, after you’ve made the decision to write a novel.