How to Write Your First Novel
by Gay Walley
Publisher: Bookboon 2014
Number of pages: 41
A quick guide on how to harness your urge to write a novel, navigate the shoals in your first, second and third drafts -- with tips on everything from whether to use a coach, your voice in the novel, what makes a great character to how to find the time in your life to write.
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