Novel Writing 101

Novel Writing 101

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So, you want to write a novel? That's great news, but where do you go from here? Bestselling fantasy and historical fiction author Ben Galley will show you how to plan out your book, before revealing his top tips for productivity!

Crafting the first draft of any book can be quite a confusing journey, but don't worry — we'll help to light the way for you. Over the course of ten lessons, you will learn how to plan an amazing novel, create compelling characters, and build a writing routine to make sure you get from 'page one' to the final chapter of your magnum opus.

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