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From The Novel Factory Site: How to Write a Novel Step by Step The Roadmap is a complete step-by-step process for writing a novel. It works by starting with a basic story idea and expanding and lay…
Learn how to write a scene and nail scene structure. Learn how to begin and end scenes and how to organize scenes and sequels.
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There are a lot of productivity methods and techniques out there. In this post, I suggest 8 writing productivity methods to try out.
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Have you ever felt stuck while trying to come up with a book title?
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29 Plot Templates make plotting easy. If you choose the right template and customize it for your story, you're way ahead on the plotting game. Make life easy! Check out these options: http://www.darcypattison.com/plot/29-plot-templates/
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Writing dialogue is an important skill to master if you want to immerse readers in your fictional world and story characters. Follow these 7 tips.
Use our infographic on 10 dialogue errors writers should avoid. Stop making these mistakes when you're writing your stories.
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