Congratulations, you have now decided to commit to the process of novel writing. This, in itself, is a crucial stage to arrive at, as it requires a recognition that you want to write a book – and that you want to tell the story in your book
I will guide you through the various processes and techniques associated with novel writing. We start with the basics –
- What kind of novel is it or story that you want to tell and how should it be structured?
- What are the elements associated with it?
- How is it supposed to flow, when looked at from a structural perspective?
- What are the elements you want to specifically focus on in your novel?
- How should you tell your story?
What does a novel need to have? You might have heard the common response to this question: a novel is required to have a beginning, middle and an end.
Quite obviously, this is going to seem like a deliberately frustrating response
to you, because it does not aid your writing process at all, and does not give you the sense of direction you need to get started.
However, I’m going to tell you that this response is just about right – while perhaps in need of some elaboration.
All stories require their storytelling arc to be successful, and it’s easiest to envision them regarding their beginning, middle and end. This helps you get a sense of the where the divisions in the story arc, and helps you plan it
accordingly. It also helps understand where conflicts and other ‘problems’ within your story are expected to arise ....
Join the course now and begin you journey to the perfect novel.