How to write your novel in six months

 

Spending years on a novel and perfecting every inch as you go is a process that really works for some people and has created some amazing books, but let’s be honest here, a lot of us are just spending years avoiding writing, hung up on constantly editing the first chapters, getting more and more frustrated.

There’s another way. Writing a novel draft in just six months is do-able with our approach (prepare well and write fast), and once you’ve got a complete draft you can make sure the overall story is right before editing, rather than breaking your own heart as you cull scene after perfectly-written scene that no longer fits.

In this free workshop we’re talking about our Six Month Novel process, how you can either do it by working with us or replicate it by yourself, and some hints to get you started if you want to DIY it.

  • Why take this approach, and how to break your time down
  • A simple 8 step path through plotting (plus why it’s important and how to make it work for you)
  • The critical 3 things you need to get through the writing months
  • Plus free worksheets underneath to show you our approach and get you started!

 

If, after all this, the thought of getting structure, accountability and support from us (Charlie and Amie, hi!) to help you finally write that novel draft fills you with relief and hope, visit the Six Month Novel to find full details and the application form.

Applications are only open until Tuesday 18th February though, so don’t hang about!

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Of course, we can’t give you everything you’ll need to complete your six month novel challenge in one call, but we hope we’ve given you an overview and an idea of whether you want to go it alone or get help. To help you on your way, here are a few worksheets to get you started.

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Join us and get support, structure and real-life accountability to help you write your novel