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How To Not Give Up On Writing A Book

Don't give up on writing your book. Here's a list of resources to help you finally finish writing a first draft. via Natasha Lester, author.

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How to Write a Book in 5 Easy Steps

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If the end of a book does not please the reader, the story might not remain in the readers’ heart. The end is a very important part of a novel and it remains in the reader’s heart when the story finishes. Check out these 5 different types of endings. #narrative #writing #infographic #stories #books #authors

15 habits of great writers, including "prepare," "share," "declutter," and "publish." (wonderful blog)

Here's a list of books, websites, essays, and other resources for the aspiring writer. If you want to learn how to write a novel--these are a good place to start. Especially if you plan to follow along with the A Novel Idea series on Going Reno.

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201 Creative Writing Prompts- this makes me with i had the time to respond to each and every one of them. very diverse list! Writing Ideas

Guilty! I've just about decided upon a soundtrack for my novel's film adaption even though I'm not even published yet. XD

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How to publish a book

How to publish a book - everything you need to know | Follow @rachelrofe for more :)

You'll find all these in the Extras section of Go Teen Writers: How to Turn Your First Draft Into a Published Book, but here they are in a printable form for your convenience! Self-Editing Checklis...

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How To Sell Your Self Published Book

How To Sell Your Self Published Book. This link will help you to publish it yourself. #indiepublishing #selfpublishing

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20 Characters You Need to Start A Novel

9 Surprising Reasons You Need 20 Characters to Start a Book If you think you have nothing to write about in your novel’s first chapter, think again: you have 20 people to introduce, and fast! Harry Potter and The Hunger Games each introduce 19 characters in their first chapter, and Twilight introduces a whopping 24.