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How to Write, Publish, and Promote a Novel

If you are a new or aspiring writer with a story inside of you aching to get out but don’t know where to start, you may want to read my latest book, How to Write, Publish, and Promote a Novel. Even if you're an experienced writer, you may find the contents of this book useful.

How to Write, Publish, and Promote a Novel will take you through all the steps required to produce and sell a marketable novel. Read it from beginning to end and you will learn to:

· Structure a story

· Develop memorable characters

· Write in active versus passive voice

· “Show, don’t tell”

· Create drama, tension, conflict, and crises

· Keep the story moving forward

· Set the tone, mood, and atmosphere

In addition, you will learn to:

· Budget your expenses

· Find and work with an editor

· Understand the publishing industry

· Market and promote your book

While I can’t guaranty that by reading this book and following the advice herein you will become a successful, award-winning author, I can promise you that by reading it and applying what you’ve learned, you will have a better chance at it.


Available on Kindle and paperback https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08DDCVD7F/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i8

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