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How To Write A NovelWith my professional life in corporate marketing, I thought I knew how to write. While my grammar may be good, my spelling near perfect and my motivation to write never ending - I have been continually amazed by the revelations I learn as I continue my venture in novel writing.

I have only been novel writing for a few years, completed two manuscripts, have 3 x works in progress, attended numerous training courses, conferences, subscribed to heaps of online resources and purchased an abundant load of books to absorb as much information I can on bettering my skillset.

 My favourite conferences have been held by the Romance Writers of Australia Association (RWA).

And I am still learning.


If any of you out there are new to writing or on the continual journey like me, here have been my favourite resources to date.

Goals, Motivation and Conflict
by Debra Dixon

GMC - Goals, Motivation, Conflict by Debra Dixon

The Virgin's Promise: Writing Stories of Feminine Creative, Spiritual, and Sexual Awakening
by Kim Hudson

The Virgin's Promise by Kim Hudson

Plot & Structure: Techniques and Exercises for Crafting a Plot That Grips Readers from Start to Finish
by James Scott Bell

Plot and Structure by James Scott Bell

Cherry Adair's Writers Bible.

A must to save time and effort.  This will help you get through your first draft and it is the tool that helps you to conceptualize and complete each book.

Emotional Thesaurus : Angela Ackerman.

This book helps you to convey a character's emotions to the reader in a unique, compelling way. This book details people's emotions and lists body language cues, thoughts, and visceral responses for each. Very Cool!!!

Emotional Thesaurus

Selling Your Story in 60 Seconds: The Guaranteed Way to Get Your Screenplay or Novel Read
by Michael Hauge

Selling in 60 seconds by Michael Hauge

The Writer's Journey - Mythical Structures for Writers
by Christopher Vogler




What resources have you used to help you on your writing journey? I would love you hear from you because one day I hope to be published and will forever remain on the never ending learning curve of how to write a novel.

 

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