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Saturday, January 1

Planning Your Novel Workbook

Book Three in the Foundations of Fiction Series

A Hands-On Workbook for Plotting Your Novel!

Janice Hardy guided writers through the often challenging process of planning a novel with her book, Planning Your Novel: Ideas and Structure. At reader request, she created this workbook as a companion guide. Its larger workbook format is perfect for writers who enjoy brainstorming on paper and developing their novels in an organized and guided format.
  • No more searching for ideas jotted down on bits of paper
  • No more losing notes just when you need them most
  • Keep all your thoughts in one, easy-to-use workbook
The Planning Your Novel Workbook contains more than 100 exercises for the novel-planning process.

Plus Bonus Questions! The Planning Your Novel Workbook offers writers additional exercise questions not found in Planning Your Novel: Ideas and Structure.

Work through the exercises of ten workshops that build upon each other to flesh out your idea as much or as little as you need to start writing. Find exercises on:
  • Creating Characters
  • Choosing Point of View
  • Determining the Conflict
  • Finding Your Process
  • Developing Your Plot
The Planning Your Novel: Ideas and Structure Workbook was created to be used with Planning Your Novel: Ideas and Structure. It contains only the exercises and assignments.

Available in paperback.

Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Indie Bound | Books-A-Million 

Other books in this series:
Planning Your Novel: Ideas and Structure 
Revising Your Novel: First Draft to Finished Draft

Books in the Skill Builders Series:
Understanding Show, Don't Tell (And Really Getting It)
Understanding Conflict (And What It Really Means)   

 

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