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How To Write An Awesome Enovel

G.M. Hague

Publisher: G.M.Hague

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Summary

Do you want to write a novel and you're looking for the best way to start? Have you got a fantastic idea for a book? 
Writing modern fiction is still all about creative heart and passion, and telling great stories. The opportunities for new authors are limitless. But you'll need some help to understand today's self-publishing industry, and the latest trends in contemporary fiction. 
This guide offers you the best chance for success with real world, what’s-happening-now, advice on writing and creating your first novel, and self-publishing it digitally as an ebook through online outlets. It's your shortcut past all the pitfalls and mistakes that almost every new author makes.

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