Road Map to Writing Your First Novel
WRITING X 413.16
Get yourself ready to write your first novel by learning more about jargon and practices you'll encounter along the way, and begin to plan your writing process
What you can learn.
- Identify what different terms, acronyms, and practices used in workshops and conferences
- Generate materials that will map out how you will write your novel
- Demystify the process of writing the novel to avoid common pitfalls and challenges
- Work side by side with other eager novelists to create a supportive community cheering one another on
About this course:Sometimes, we don’t know what we don’t know, and we become afraid to dive into the pool, not knowing how deep the waters might be. This course is designed to help start your first novel. Get a handle on common writing jargon, acronyms, and practices that you will see in classes, workshops, conferences, and writing forums. The goal is to create the starting materials and plans that will allow you to begin a novel-length project. Let us demystify the process of starting a novel together. You don’t have to dive into these waters alone.
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