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- Have you written a book but don't know where to go from here? - Do you want to write a book but have no idea where to start? - Have you ever wondered if you can write? - Do you have lots of ideas but struggle to write them down? - Are you confused by submissions, jackets, blurbs or synopsises? - Have you been faced with too many rejections? - And why do books get dismiss- Have you written a book but don't know where to go from here? - Do you want to write a book but have no idea where to start? - Have you ever wondered if you can write? - Do you have lots of ideas but struggle to write them down? - Are you confused by submissions, jackets, blurbs or synopsises? - Have you been faced with too many rejections? - And why do books get dismissed without being read? Well, this book has been written to help you address these issues in a friendly and engaging style. Writing courses can cost hundreds, even thousands of pounds and unless you are a celebrity or a politician you may struggle to get published. This may put potential writers off even trying, so Rebecca and Claire have shared with you how to write your novel, and how to address some of the most common problems faced by a writer. So with an editor and an inspirational coach behind you, who knows - you may even have a best-seller on your hands ......

Title : My Guide: How to Write a Novel
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ISBN : 9780957237209
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 325 Pages
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My Guide: How to Write a Novel Reviews

  • Maggie James
    2018-09-23 23:16

    ‘My Guide: How to Write a Novel’ is packed with useful information for novice fiction writers. It’s written in a friendly, engaging style, with useful tips scattered throughout the text. The book moves through developing the craft of writing, through the often thorny area of research, to crafting the storyline and characters. Dialogue, which often presents difficulties for beginners, is covered in depth. No writer who’s serious about their craft can afford to neglect spelling, punctuation and grammar, and the authors give comprehensive advice and examples. The book ends with chapters on how best to polish your book for publication. Rebecca Richmond and Claire Pickering have crammed plenty of food for thought into this useful guide, which should prove a worthy addition to any budding author’s bookshelf.

  • Diane
    2018-10-03 18:20

    My Guide: How to Write a Novel is the first place a writer should turn to uncover the basics of not just writing a novel, but publishing it. In a nutshell: yes, what you get here, under one cover, is information covered elsewhere … but in expensive seminars that will far exceed the price of this primer, making My Guide a bargain in comparison. So if you want to write a novel but have no idea where to begin … begin here.First, a caveat: for all its accessibility and lively manner, My Guide: How to Write a Novel is no light treatment of its subject: it packs in eleven chapters, includes a bibliography and an index, and assumes its reader is passionate about the idea of writing, publishing and marketing a novel. So don't expect a 'quick and dirty' overview: chapters move logically and quickly to cover the nuts and bolts, offering specifics and details novel writers must know to see their book in print and develop a readership.One of the best features of My Guide: How to Write a Novel: its ability to link the writing process to exercises reinforcing basic grammar, punctuation, plot development, characterization, and beyond. This all sounds dry, but it's not: producing a novel that captivates readers is all about providing sequences of events that are alluring and readable; and if grammar is poor, punctuation is off, or action lacking, one's novel will (ultimately) fail.What is presented here is a logical system of sequential events that need to take place to produce a successful result - but it's a system couched in creative, inspirational choices rather than dry rote learning.And by focusing on novel production rather than general writing, Rebecca Richmond and Claire Pickering are able to be specific about the novel's particular elements of (and requirements for) success.You won't get as much depth and instruction from anything other than a seminar, which not only costs much more than this book, but often packs too much material into a limited time frame.

  • Madi Preda
    2018-09-27 19:29

    Are you an enthusiast for the written word or an aspiring writer?The key to success is simply ensuring that you’ve touched all the bases in this upbeat guide.Do you have a story burning in your head but don’t know where to start? Well, as the authors themselves state: ‘A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step’ ~ Confucius ~In this self-help book, Rebecca Richmond and Claire Pickering offer solid advice on the craft of writing and all the important bases on how to put words together effectively and efficiently.The two authors cover different tasks from developing the idea of your story to the roles of characters, grammar and other key factors, including spelling and punctuation.Claire and Rebecca also explain about the most important aspects of the writing process for when it comes to publication, giving you the various options as regards agents, royalties, vanity or subsidised publishing, and self-publishing.Read My Guide: How to Write A Novel and you will know how to deal with rejections and handle a bad review. You will also discover how to conduct a brainstorming session, maintain the ambition necessary to complete your book and learn how to keep your brain in gear so the art of writing goes smoothly and quickly. In their guide, the authors talk about the ins and outs of all aspects to be considered as a writer and bring their considerable experience as editorial consultants.Anyone who values writing words is in for a treat.My Guide: How to Write a Novel

  • Claire Pickering
    2018-10-17 20:17

    We think this book of ours is comprehensive, with extracts to make you smile. It is user-friendly in that there is an index and a glossary at the back of the book and we have also incorporated extracts from other books which we feel demonstrate our point really well. If you don't want to pay for a course which can set you back an awful lot of money, then try this guide ...