This guide is full of actionable advice and suggestions.

It’s based on my own personal experience, and that of fellow authors and students, of what works and what doesn’t.

I don’t waste your time with terminology or any other page-filling methods used by some so-called experts.

You will learn only the practical tools and knowledge you need to achieve your productivity goals and self-publishing dreams.

 

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This material is structured so you can follow along, or else go at your own pace, as you embark upon your writing journey.

I suggest you read this material all the way through from beginning to end to get an overview of what we’re going to be achieving together.

Then, read through again, this time completing the tasks at the end of each unit as we go.

The aim of this material is to give you a system to complete a high-quality 40-60,000 word novel in 30 days.

Assuming you can meet the targets outlined in each section, it is a promise you can keep to yourself.

It is worth bearing in mind that every writer is different. In the future, you will discover ways to deviate from my system to match your own personality and writing style.

What works for one creative person might not work for another.

At the end of each unit are a series of questions or actions for you to carry out. I strongly suggest you go through these one by one, ensuring you complete them. It will aid with your learning.

A large part about becoming a writer is figuring out what works for you. That means trying out different methods of writing.

Some methods you’ll instantly take to, while others will seem about as logical as a chocolate teapot.

The important thing is to try lots of different systems to discover what fits you.

Within this material, you should focus on what you find most useful and return to it when you need to.

This is not a read once and forget publication.

The secret to writing productively is preparation. Get the beginning stages right, and the actual writing is a breeze.

Although this material’s title and core concept is How To Write A Novel In 30 Days, you may decide to take longer to write your novel. Or, you might take less time.

In actual fact, I take 21 days to write a novel, beginning to end.

There are no writing rules that cannot be broken, so long as you know what you’re doing.

The only thing that matters is finishing your novel, however you do it. That is everything.

What if you like to write longhand in a packed train station? Go for it.

What if you like to outline your novel by scribbling on the walls? Do it. (But get permission first!)

No matter what you read in the following pages, or what you read in any other book on writing, please remember there is only one correct way to write, and that is how you choose to do it.

Are you ready?

Let’s begin.


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