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How To Write Your First Novel - A Guide For Aspiring Fiction Authors - cover

How To Write Your First Novel - A Guide For Aspiring Fiction Authors

MK Williams

Publisher: MK Williams

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Summary

So often, when I introduce myself to a new person and they learn that I am an author, they reply back that they plan to write a book one day. I’m always so excited to learn more about their idea and see how I can help. More often than not, they reply that they haven’t written a single word. They ask me, “how do you write a novel? How do you get started?”

Over the years I’ve written multiple novels and I have condensed my best tips and practices into How To Write Your First Novel: A Guide For Aspiring Fiction Authors. No matter your plan for publishing your novel, you first need to write the book! I’ve broken down the critical elements to success in two parts: your writing habits and your writing craft. You’ll be able to come back and reference this advice throughout your drafting process and as you look to write additional books. 

Are you ready to go from aspiring author to author? Are you ready to take your idea and turn it into a book? Let’s get started today!

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