Progress of Writing A Novel How long does it take to write a book? It depends on you. You are the one in charge. Start by filling in the dates as you go through the writing process. This helps in determining how long it takes for each work of literature.
“HOW TO ORGANIZE YOUR STORY AND THOUGHTS” What’s worse than losing your mind? Losing the notes that you painstakingly took for your next story. You know that what you wrote would be a great scene and you can’t find it. You might have left it on a sticky note, a
Writer’s Sidekick Author Notebook The Writer’s Sidekick Author Notebook is designed for you to carry with you where ever you go. You can free write or doodle your great ideas. Write out names you might like and use. Write out a character that pops in your head. Jot down your
The Writer’s Sidekick for Critique The Writer’s Sidekick for Critique, is designed to help you with critiquing your work. Take this book with you to a critique group or follow one on-line and use it to take summary notes of your fellow writers’ advice and critique. For each chapter you
The Writer’s Sidekick for Names We all have names. Our names have unique meanings that are important to those who gave them to us. A name represents more than life, it represents a deep meaning to the person carrying it. Your characters are also defined by the name you give
“KEEP TRACK OF YOUR SUBMISSIONS” The worst part of submitting your story somewhere is that you don’t remember what story you submitted, when you submitted it, or to whom you submitted it to. Not only that, but what are they paying for that story and when will it be published.
Submissions Are you submitting stories to contests? It’s like playing chess. You place your submission to various publishing companies and some will reject, while others take it. What happens when two or more take the story? Or what if you forgot who you submitted it to? If you have a
The Setting of your novel. What world are you taking your reader to? Give a new place to visit. Show us a new world. Take us out of time and space. Note your setting and take notes so you wont’ revert back to another time period. What is the Setting’s
Do you have a great Story Idea? Not sure how to develop it? Try Writer’s Sidekick for Novels to get you started. It starts with a Working Title, don’t worry about making it perfect, you can always play with it. Do you know what your Genre is? If not, write
Start with free writing your ideas. Start with free writing to get it all out of your system. Do not worry about the title, concept, plot, theme, characters, names, ages, settings, items, time, grammar, punctuation, or anything else that can stop your flow. When you Free Write, you are letting