Are you tired of beating yourself up for not writing your book? Maybe you have a story you've been trying to write for months, or even a chapter you should've written years ago. What if not outlining your book is the reason why you're struggling to write your book? Good news! Here you'll find the most powerful way to overcome that obstacle.
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When writing a 85,000 word (or more!) novel, you’re bound to lose interest in your book. These tips for connecting with – loving – your… Read More »Lost Interest in Writing Your Novel? How to Love Your Characters
There isn’t one secret to learning how to write a chapter of a book – there are many! Here’s what authors need to know about writing… Read More »How to Write Chapter After Chapter Until You Have a Book