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Write Your Novel in a Month: How to Complete a First Draft in 30 Days and…

by Jeff Gerke

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Everyone thinks abut doing it, yet most people who do start a novel end up stalling out after a few chapters. where do these would-be novelists go wrong? Are the characters dull and cliched? Did the story arc collapse? Did they succumb to a dreaded bout of "writer's block"? Or maybe it was all just taking too long? These problems used to stop writers in their tracks, but nothing will get in your way after reading Write Your Novel in a Month. Author and instructor Jeff Gerke has created the perfect tool to show you how to prepare yourself to write your first draft in as little as 30 days. Whether you are participating in National Novel Writing Month or you're simply hoping to complete a draft over a winter break or your vacation, this book covers the entire scope of writing a novel and lays out exactly what you need to know to get it done fast and right.… (more)

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