With NaNoWriMo coming up in under a month, I wanted to let you in on a little-known book that you can pick up now to help you get through the NaNoWriMo month a little easier. It’s a book full of perfect NaNoWriMo Writing Prompts.
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This is a mix of what I’ve learnt from Larry Brooks and Robert McKee, which may help you to quickly prepare for NaNoWriMo or writing a novel in a month or rather 50,000 words. The following list of prompts is to help guide you into finding your story and helping you to create a scene list that you can work with during November. Remember, it’s action
There are a few story idea generators out there, and today I wanted to give you a handy list with all the best ones. This week, I’m focusing on Romance. That’s right, romance… Aka love stories. This is a very popular genre that people love to write in or give a go, since it’s such a popular genre for readers.
Update 27th September 2018 – The How to Write a Novel class is now closed – To be updated when it’s available again, head over to Holly’s and sign up to be on the notification list: HTWAN Launch List. Do you want to write a novel? Have you started over and over again, and never finished? Or do you just think about it and read writing how-to books
So, I know a lot of my readers like first line writing prompts, so I decided to pull together a list of awesome last liners from popular and unpopular novels to use a writing kick starter. Use these famous last novel lines as a story starter or prompt to help you start a new short story or something longer.