(Writing As A Second Career Book 3)
Writing and finishing a novel can feel overwhelming. If you're like most writers, you need to fit writing around other responsibilities and goals.
Maybe you're working at a separate job or profession, raising a family, or pursuing a degree (or all of the above).
But there's good news.
No matter what else is happening in your life, you can write a novel in a year.
The One-Year Novelist walks you through the steps week-by-week, taking you from idea to finished draft.
It also includes ways to strengthen your commitment so you'll be sure to finish in a year.
- You've been meaning to write a novel for a while but aren't sure how to find the time
- You started novels before but never quite made it to the finish line
- You finished a novel before but felt like it took too long
This plan will work whether you can follow the age-old advice of writing at the same time every week or day or whether you need more flexibility because you never have a regular schedule.
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