The Plot Thickens: 21 Ways to Plot Your Novel

Cheryl Sterling Books
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Have you always wanted to write a book but didn’t know where to start?
Don’t waste your life thinking about writing a book when you can do it!
Are you ready to start writing a book?You’re at the right place.

The Plot Thickens offers you myriad methods of plotting. Whether you are a published veteran or a writing novice, we present alternate methods of finding the best path to express and deliver the stuff pinging around in your head.

After reading “The Plot Thickens” you will know:

•How to write more efficiently whether you’re a plotter or a pantser
•How to take the headache out of starting your novel
•How to avoid sagging middles and lackluster endings
•How to use your character’s Goal, Motivation and Conflict to drive the story
•The secret of scene and sequel
•How to use the Hero’s Journey to plot your novel
•How our 19-1/2 step plotting worksheet can take you from page 1 to “the end”
•Plus 14+ ways to help you plot your novel
Are you ready to start writing your novel?If you have no idea of how to take the first step, if you can’t decide if writing is a dream come true or a nightmare (hint: sometimes it’s both), this book can help you decide which method works for you.

 

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About the author

Cheryl Sterling is an American author of several paranormal and contemporary romance novels and short stories.She lives in the Phoenix area with her husband.

 

Contact her at www.cherylsterlingbooks.com

 

Jack C. Monroe lives in West Michigan and operates a successful freelance writing business. To contact Jack, email jack@jackcmonroe.com.

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Publisher
Cheryl Sterling Books
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Published on
Jul 30, 2018
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Pages
96
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Language
English
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Genres
Language Arts & Disciplines / Composition & Creative Writing
Reference / Writing Skills
Study Aids / General
Young Adult Nonfiction / Language Arts / Composition & Creative Writing
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This content is DRM free.
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