Past Posts

52 Ways To Write A Novel: a year of discussing fiction-writing

PLEASE NOTE: the first twenty of these posts are also available in expanded ebook form (21 WAYS TO WRITE A COMMERCIAL NOVEL)


Find previous posts below (some earlier posts may only be available after November 15th 2015):

Week Two: Fake It Till You Make It

Week Three: The Impossible Idea 

Week Four: Rowan Coleman's 'Letter To A New Writer' 

Week Five: A Sense of Place 

Week Six: Novel Avoidance Syndrome 

Week Seven: Learn To Love Your Synopsis

Week Eight: Dealing With Rejection

Week Nine: Juggling Pseudonyms 

Week Ten: Planning Your Novel

Week Eleven: Good versus Evil Characters

Week Twelve: The Company of Writers

Week Thirteen: Why Novels Are Like Apples

Week Fourteen: Four Point Commercial Checklist

Week Fifteen: Writing Scenes

Week Sixteen: Where To Start Your Novel 

Week Seventeen: Researching Your Novel   

Week Eighteen: Writing Your Novel 

Week Nineteen: Beginning and Ending Chapters

Week Twenty:  Ten Ways to Tackle the Novella

Week Twenty-One: Narrative Choices

Week Twenty-Two: Criticisms, Mistakes, and Mosquito Stings

Week Twenty-Three: The Rehabilitation of Lost Novels

Week Twenty-Four: Writing My First Contemporary Thriller

Week Twenty-Five: On Promoting Books (Thunderclap)

Week Twenty-Six: Art & The Novelist

Week Twenty-Seven: How To Turn Your Novel into a Bestseller

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