Tag Archives: book planning

How to calculate your book’s length before writing

Are you planning a book? Planning is a useful process, giving you direction, helping you stay on track, and letting you see how far through the process you are. Some plans are reasonably standard. You can pick a template, and … Continue reading

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Preparing for 2017

Now Christmas is over, and we are into no-man’s-land, you may find a time slot for thinking ahead. This post aims to make your writing productive in the New Year. Visit my websites via the links at the top of … Continue reading

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The writing process

Today we have a collection of links about the writing process: Here are some planning resources. Wherever I lay my hat: how setting affects your characters. 6 questions to ask before you even start your first draft.  But remember the … Continue reading

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How to approach the beginning and end of your book

Are you struggling to write a decent beginning and/or end for your book? This exercise might get the ideas flowing. Visit my websites via the links at the top of this page.

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