How to Write a Novel
"There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed."
He was speaking specifically of that one small part of writing—the first draft.
The process has been reduced to four stages. It's not as daunting as it appears if you get organized and take the steps in order. You should read through each Stage completely—perhaps all the Stages—before continuing.
It's understood that you may be anywhere in process as you arrive here. You may be at Stage IV. But please review all the steps from the beginning. You'll be surprised how much your manuscript can be massaged.
|How to Write a Novel|
|Stage I: First Draft|
|Stage II: Self-Editing|
|Stage III: Feedback/Review|
|Stage IV: Publishing|
|Books for Writers|
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