Did you resolve to finish your novel this year?
I salute you. The bad news is that 80% of those who set New Year’s resolutions give up by the second week of February, according to U.S. News.
So, right about . . . now.
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These books hold the storytelling secrets you need to to structure your novel, create better characters, and get your book finished.
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Go ahead, read a book. Maybe not on railroad tracks, though. Just saying.
I’ve talked to hundreds of best-selling authors about their early years, before they were published.
By and large, they wrote about half a dozen unpublished manuscripts before they sold their “first” novel.
Aside from cranking out thousands of pages of prose, how do you learn the writing skills you need to improve over time?