Planning, plotting, and progress / a guide by Mark Teppo.
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Shelby Co PL - Shelbyville Main Library||808.3 TEP (Text)||78731000499321||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781630231002
- ISBN: 1630231002
- Physical Description: 112 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
- Edition: First ROTA books trade paperback edition.
- Publisher: Puyallup, WA : ROTA Books, 2016.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 99-100).
|Summary, etc.:|| What's the most annoying thing about writing a novel? They don't write themselves. What's the second most annoying thing about writing a novel? No, really, they don't write themselves. What the hardest thing about writing a novel? Actually turning your sexy outline into a real book. With words, and stuff. Sure, you've got a really awesome outline, a notebook full of character sketches, and your work space is overflowing with "research" materials, but that blank page is still staring at you. Getting ready to write a book is one thing, but actually putting all the words down on the page--in the right order, more or less--can be even harder than coming up with a clever idea or two. Especially when you might have a full-time job already or a family that wants to see you at least once a month or more. How do these writers do it? How do they find the time and the persistence to actually finish a book? Planning, Plotting, and Progress is the guidebook for building your novel, and it will answer these questions and more. Questions you didn't even know were lurking out there, waiting to ambush you when you reach the fourth or fortieth or four hundredth page of your manuscript.
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