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-Reblogged- 10 Steps to Finishing a Novel
February 22, 2017, 12:08 pm
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Sage advice.

Lara Willard

The great thing about blogging is that you can’t hear my maniacal laughter. Oh, I’ll give you ten steps all right. Just don’t think that those ten steps will be easy or even consecutive. Think of it more as a twisted game of Chutes and Ladders. You go up a few steps, slide back down to the bottom, go up a few more steps, slide back to the bottom again. You’re basically Sisyphus.

10 Steps to Finishing Your Novel | Write Lara Write

A nicer title for this article might be:

The Creative Process for Writing a Novel

except it also includes processes that are critical, not creative, so maybe:

The Ten-Step Program for Novelists

(Titles aren’t really my thing.)

If you follow me on Facebook, you might have seen a link I posted a while ago entitled “Madman, Architect, Carpenter, Judge: Unlocking Our Personas to Get Unstuck” from Ed Batista. In it, he quotes Betty Sue Flowers and her…

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I love this! And also her website is another rabbit hole that I see myself getting lost in! 🙂

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Comment by stargazingjj

I’m so glad! And yes, she has tons of nuggets of wisdom. She’s great.

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Comment by thegirlonthego08

Awesome!!!! Will formally announce it to my readers and display the badge this week. 🙂 Thank you!

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