#Authors #WritingTips: 30 Day Novel (How to write a book in a month)
by Tara Maya
More valuable that 30 tips
The techniques here are designed to help you streamline your writing...and that includes not wasting your time on false starts or novels with huge, gaping plot holes that torment you during revisions.
These are my best No Fail Formulas for starting or re-starting a new or broken novel, for kicking myself out of writer's block, and for making the most of every precious writing minute in a tight schedule.
This book will help you:
- write fast AND fabulous prose
- fix broken plots
- avoid false starts and meandering middles
- create endings that sizzle, not fizzle
- plan your wordcount to fit your book and genre
- painlessly add or cut words
- end writer’s block and recapture you love of writing...even during the tough spots
Right now you can see free video tutorials to help you write your novel and finish it by the end of this month. Check out Tara Maya's 30 Novel Facebook page to find out more.
Tara Maya is the author of the young adult epic fantasy series, The Unfinished Song.
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What Readers Are Saying about This Book:
By Andre Harris
This book wasn't really about NaNoWriMo, in fact if you are already in the middle of the challenge it might actually stop you completing, because it is going to make you go back and do your preparation first. That isn't however, to criticise it at all, because she is more interested in you producing decent work than writing fast. She goes against the current trend of writing lots of garbage fast and then going back and correcting it.
As she has said, she only ended up with a few failed half finished drafts by taking that route. I agree with her entirely that there has to be a balance. The result will be more satisfying to you, both in the enjoyment of the process and in the quality of the result. She is a big believer in plot.
I think the best thing that I got from this book was her description of falling out of love with writing when she went full time and learning to get the magic back. It is to this part of the book I will always return.