Novel Writing 101 is a Step-by-step Guide to the Researching, Writing, Polishing and Editing of Your First Novel.
RESEARCHING Your Novel
The course begins with a very important, but much-overlooked aspect of novel writing, which is the RESEARCHING of your book, and in particular, why you need to take a Commercial Perspective during your research.
Here, I will look at the importance of:
WRITING Your Novel
The class then continues with a look at how you should go about WRITING the first draft of your book.
Here the focus is very much upon:
REWRITING Your Novel
The next part of the class looks at the REWRITING of that first draft (or the Polishing of Your Manuscript).
In this section, I also cover:
EDITING Your Novel
The final part of the class looks at the all-important Editing of Your Book.
Here I consider the 4 Different Types of Editing that every novel should go through before being published, namely:
Novel Writing 101 really is a MUST-watch course if you are currently writing your first work of fiction, and may even be of interest if you happen to be writing a non-fiction book.
So why don't you enroll in the class today and learn how to Write, Rewrite and Edit your first novel.
Course consist of total 58min of content, in total.
Having worked as a marketing manager in London during the nineties, where he also completed his Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing, David decided to leave the rat race in 2000, head east and forge a new career as an online marketer. It was during this time that he published his first book.
As a British ex-pat living in Slovakia, David has set up online businesses and written non-fiction books in a number of different niches, most notably freelance translating, ESL and all things Slovak. He also taught Business English to Slovak companies and private individuals and lectured at universities and other educational institutions, where he developed his passion for teaching.
In the last few years, from his mountain home in the heart of Europe, David has primarily focused on print on demand and self-publishing, during which time he has created over 5,000 designs and published over 1,000 books. In addition to this, David has taught online courses to over 50,000 students, mainly in the print on demand and self-publishing niches, and is currently half-way through writing his first series of YA fiction novels.