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Writing a book is something that anyone can do, no matter what their skill level may be. The only thing holding the majority of people back is fear. Fear of not having the right idea, fear of writing a full-length novel, fear of not being good enough, fear of not having the grammatical skills necessary, and fear of running out of things to say.
But, with some careful planning – you can overcome those fears and write a novel that may even reach a bestseller list. A great genre to get your start in is romance. That’s because romance focuses more heavily on characters than plots which is good news for beginner writers.
By devoting just 30 minutes of your day, you can have a nice, well-rounded, page-turner, that you’ll be proud to have your name on in only a few short months. As long as you dedicate yourself and take time to develop your characters, create memorable scenes, and wow your readers with an ending they won’t forget – you can have a book that readers won’t stop picking up.
If you’re wondering just how to accomplish all those things – follow this step by step guide which will elevate your plotting skills, teach you how to take your character and scene descriptions to new heights, and overall show you how to stay disciplined each day so that your completed manuscript is in your hands sooner rather than later. It all starts with that first draft so stop overthinking and start writing today.
What You Will Learn in This Book
•How to discipline yourself so that writing 30 minutes a day seems like a breeze.
•How to create a perfect space where you can feel relaxed and ready to write.
•How to block out distractions that should arise.
•How to create a plot outline, a storyboard, and character descriptions before you even start writing.
•The importance of dialogue and how to create strong conversations
•How to create romantic scenes and memorable characters that jump from the pages and come alive.
•How to choose the right words to make your story characters and scenes pop.
•Different ways that you can connect with readers and bring them along on the journey that your characters are experiencing.
•How to edit your novel so that you close any plot holes and eliminate grammatical errors.
•Tips to get you thinking outside-of-the-box when it comes to creating dialogue and describing scenes.
•Where to draw inspiration from such as real-world relationships and the past that may have hurt you.
•The importance of creating a villain or a roadblock in your character’s relationship that rooters can root against.
•How to choose the right ending that leaves readers fulfilled.
Grab a copy today and see you on the inside.