Writing a novel is not easy. It can take months. Sadly, lots of would-be novelists give up because they aren’t prepared for the journey. They get stuck along the way or waste weeks writing drafts that don’t fit. Now there’s a step-by-step guide designed for the beginning novelist, but with useful tips and recommendations that can even help those with novels under their belts save time and improve their product.
Peter G. Pollak shares in this pamphlet the lessons he learned writing and self-publishing six highly-rated novels despite never having taken a course in novel writing.
Pollak passes along the lessons he learned the hard way. He offers recommendations for
•Writing the Novel Ending
•Writing the Opening Pages
•Tracking Overall Progress
You won’t need a Ph.D. to follow Pollak’s tips and recommendations. They’re not difficult and can be modified to suit your personal project.
Don’t put off your ambition of writing the story you’ve always dreamed was inside you. Discover the ten things you need to know to write a novel and get started on that novel.