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Have you always dreamed of writing a novel, but keep putting it off because it feels too overwhelming? Toss your procrastination aside, because there’s never been a better time to take the plunge into putting your words into book form. This Fun to Write guide breaks down the writing process into easy-to-understand sections so that you can quickly develop your book writing Have you always dreamed of writing a novel, but keep putting it off because it feels too overwhelming? Toss your procrastination aside, because there’s never been a better time to take the plunge into putting your words into book form. This Fun to Write guide breaks down the writing process into easy-to-understand sections so that you can quickly develop your book writing skills. Inside you’ll uncover secrets to: *Being original and writing in your own style *Quick tips for getting your story organized *Staying focused as a writer and following a schedule *How to break your story down into manageable parts *Creating great characters that resonate with readers *A secret tip that helps you visualize your story before you write it *The importance of proofreading and editing *How to write an effective back cover book blurb *An easy way to publish a book on your own *Choosing the best POD publisher *Tips on promoting your book *Step-by-step exercises for writing a practice mini book and your real book *And most of all, motivating you to stop thinking and start writing your first book! Get this guide today so that you too can discover that delicious feeling of being a published author.


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Have you always dreamed of writing a novel, but keep putting it off because it feels too overwhelming? Toss your procrastination aside, because there’s never been a better time to take the plunge into putting your words into book form. This Fun to Write guide breaks down the writing process into easy-to-understand sections so that you can quickly develop your book writing Have you always dreamed of writing a novel, but keep putting it off because it feels too overwhelming? Toss your procrastination aside, because there’s never been a better time to take the plunge into putting your words into book form. This Fun to Write guide breaks down the writing process into easy-to-understand sections so that you can quickly develop your book writing skills. Inside you’ll uncover secrets to: *Being original and writing in your own style *Quick tips for getting your story organized *Staying focused as a writer and following a schedule *How to break your story down into manageable parts *Creating great characters that resonate with readers *A secret tip that helps you visualize your story before you write it *The importance of proofreading and editing *How to write an effective back cover book blurb *An easy way to publish a book on your own *Choosing the best POD publisher *Tips on promoting your book *Step-by-step exercises for writing a practice mini book and your real book *And most of all, motivating you to stop thinking and start writing your first book! Get this guide today so that you too can discover that delicious feeling of being a published author.

48 review for Fun to Write Fiction: A Step-By-Step Guide To Writing Your First Novel

  1. 4 out of 5

    Josetta

    Good Overview Anyone can write a book. Believe me, with Kindle Unlimited I've read (at least as many chapters as I could) quite a few that could've benefited from this book. If you want to write one, this is a good place to help you get organized, get writing and get published (mainly self-published).

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jordan

    Like most other books on writing, this one will inspire one to sit down and start writing! As a motivational tool, I could recommend this book to other writers. However, the book focuses mainly on marketing a Kindle book. The first section of the book is about the actual craft, though the section is short enough to be read in under an hour. A book about marketing ebooks is quite helpful to many writers who wish to self-publish. Just don’t expect a lot of depth from this book. If you’ve never tri Like most other books on writing, this one will inspire one to sit down and start writing! As a motivational tool, I could recommend this book to other writers. However, the book focuses mainly on marketing a Kindle book. The first section of the book is about the actual craft, though the section is short enough to be read in under an hour. A book about marketing ebooks is quite helpful to many writers who wish to self-publish. Just don’t expect a lot of depth from this book. If you’ve never tried to publish a Kindle book on your own this may be a great book to get you started. Because it was offered for free in the Kindle Lending Library, this book was the right price.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Haley Whitehall

    This is a very bare bones writing guide. Perhaps this would be good for teenagers who are interested in writing their first novel. The basics are good, but there are so many more extensive writing guides out there why not start with a better one? With "fun" being in the title I expected some creative and fun ideas for planning and writing a novel. Unfortunately, this is just a bunch of recycled ideas - noting out of the ordinary. I recommend Save the Cat by Blake Snyder.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Scott Whitney

    An inspiring book which makes me want to dust my novel off and get it off the island, (reference from the book). It talks about the writing process and about publishing options. She does go more into the ways she publishes, but makes reference to the others. Although she does her own editing, proofreading and formatting, there were a few problems in one section. Overall it was a good book about making books.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Michelle ♣ Ndayeni

    A very basic guide to writing. It has some good bits of advice, and some useful links to resources, but otherwise there's not a lot here that most couldn't figure out on their own.

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