Write a Novel in 30 Days: Get Inspired, With a Mini Novel-Writing Course
Want to write a novel?
Perhaps you've already started, but find that working on your novel every day is more difficult than you expected.
Initially, our 30-Day Novel-Writing Challenge ran from August 1 to August 30 of 2012. If you missed out, start NOW.
You'll learn to set goals. You'll get into the novel-writing habit, and best of all, you'll have lots of fun.
So -- Challenge YOURSELF. A mini novel-writing course, with a short chapter each day, sets you on the right track to writing your first, or next, novel.
Enter your name and email address in the form on the right. You'll receive an email message asking you to VERIFY your email address. (Just click to verify.)
On verification, you'll receive a link to download my 32-page PDF ebook, Write Genre Novels (Commercial Fiction) For Fun And Profit.
We'll be referring to it occasionally during the 30 days.
As you may know, I’m working on several Kindle novels. Volume counts on the Kindle store; so I’m writing several novels, rather than one.
I’ve had many questions about writing fiction for the Kindle.
A common one is about short stories on the various ereader platforms. Here’s the answer.
Yes, you can write short stories and publish them as “ebooks” on the Kindle.
Tip: add “Short Story” to the title.
Want to join our 30-day novel-writing challenge?
It's fun. You'll get inspired, and each new day brings you a short chapter of a mini novel-writing course.
Feedback has been wonderful; thank you for the kind words. I'm glad it's helping.
How the 30-Day Novel-Writing Challenge Works
Join the mailing list -- enter your name and email address.
Each day, you’ll receive a short motivating tip/ advice to help you with your Kindle fiction; this builds into a complete novel-writing course.
You can share your progress using the Twitter hashtag: #30novel.
It’ll be fun. We can motivate each other.
You can set your own daily word count goal; mine is 1,000 words a day on one of my novels. I’ll be 30,000 words to the good at the end of the challenge (God willing, of course. )
If you’re new to writing fiction, keep your own word count goal modest. Far better you write 100 or 200 words a day for 30 days than write 1,000 words and tell yourself “I can’t do this”, and quit. It takes time to build your writing muscles.
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These days it's crazy to spend years writing a book, without having any idea as to whether or not you can make money from it. If you want to write, you can – you have a global market, which is hungry for information and entertainment. And YOU can provide it… even if you're a brand new author.
As you may know, I write and sell many writing guides. I also sell information products in many other areas than writing.
I want to show you how you can do the same, if you wish. Your dreams of writing a book can be the spark which changes your life.
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The writing class, "Write More And Make More Money From Your Writing: Develop A Fast, Fun Productive Writing Process" has the potential to change your life.