Are you starting your novel? Wondering where to begin?
Check in with my pal, René Penn, for a reality check on how to tackle that beast. Having a defined process is such a blessing. So take the load off and let your creativity fly.
As I begin writing my next book, I thought it might be cool to share how I start the process. Also, I’d love to hear what steps YOU take when you start a new manuscript.
But enough about you. Back to me…
What was I thinking about? Oh yes, world domination.
With every new writing project, I’ve been fine-tuning my approach. I’ve got an attack plan now, and the list below is it.
Disclaimer: I’m no expert on writing a book and haven’t been published. Here, I’m sharing what I learn and struggle with as I work toward the goal of improving my craft and getting published.
There’s a bit of bad news with this list, though. I still struggle. It’s coming a bit easier. But there are things I’m working on that will, hopefully, make my manuscripts better.
Goal-Motivation-Conflict, or GMC for short. When I learned this…
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Writing is a learning process that never ends until the writer no longer exists. I hope you keep learning and experimenting and keep on posting because what you know and learn will help other writers.