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Email Commitment Whether you choose 60 days, 30 days or 6 months as your goal, all that matters is that you commit to it and implement a schedule that will get you there.
Choose a realistic time frame that you can stick to. A little bit every day is better than trying to do too much and then giving up.
How to choose your time goal? How many hours per day can you devote to writing? How many pages can you write per hour? To write an average length book of pages will take 50 days.
My new book, Secrets to a Healthy Lifeis only 60 pages. I wrote approximately 2 pages per day and completed it in one month. I used Nick Daws method which I discuss further down in this article.
For a sneak peek, here are the 10 steps of the method. You will want to visit his site and print out the entire instructions which has detailed instructions for each of these steps. Take another hour and expand that sentence to a full paragraph describing the story setup, major disasters, and ending of the book.
Write a short summary sheet for each character. Take several hours and expand each sentence of your summary paragraph into a full paragraph. All but the last paragraph should end in a disaster. The final paragraph should tell how the book ends.
Take a day or two and write up a one-page description of each major character and a half-page description of the other important characters. Now take a week and expand the one-page plot synopsis of the story to a four-page synopsis. Take another week and expand your character descriptions into full-fledged character charts detailing everything there is to know about each character.
Prep for writing the first draft: Switch back to your word processor and begin writing a narrative description of the story.
At this point, just sit down and start pounding out the real first draft of the story. Randy has other products that he sells, usually for very good prices relative to the value he is offering.
If you are very motivated, his free manual is probably all you will need. If you like his technique and want to dig deeper with it, check out his advanced snowflake guides. Please do yourself a favor and visit his site.
He has 2 great free monthly ezines that I subscribe to, one on novel writing and one on marketing your work. It is so logical and encouraging. It helps you get your book written!
The process part always lets you know what your next step is. And the encouragement part keeps you moving forward with enthusiasm. This program does have a cost which depends on which package you choose.
In the early days of Michael Moorcock's plus-years career, when he was living paycheck-to-paycheck, he wrote a whole slew of action-adventure sword-and-sorcery novels very, very quickly, including his most famous books about the tortured anti-hero Elric. How to Write a Novel in 30 Days or Less Seven Steps, 30 Days (no mental breakdowns required) GET MY FREE EBOOK I write romance and women’s fiction. Could you tell me whereabouts in the 7 steps the moment that I’ve heard called ‘dark night of the soul’, ‘all is lost’ moment. ie the scene were the couple are parted, mainly due to. Commitment. Whether you choose 60 days, 30 days or 6 months as your goal, all that matters is that you commit to it and implement a schedule that will get you there.
Nick Daws states that anyone can write a non-fiction book. We all have experiences that others would find valuable and could learn from such as:How to Write a Novel in 30 Days or Less Seven Steps, 30 Days (no mental breakdowns required) GET MY FREE EBOOK I write romance and women’s fiction.
Could you tell me whereabouts in the 7 steps the moment that I’ve heard called ‘dark night of the soul’, ‘all is lost’ moment. ie the scene were the couple are parted, mainly due to.
Randy Ingermanson is the award-winning author of six novels and the best-selling book Writing Fiction for Dummies. He earned a PhD in theoretical physics from UC Berkeley and is known around the worlds as “the Snowflake Guy” in honor of his magically powerful Snowflake Method. November The world needs your novel.
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