How To Write A Novel The Easy Way Using The Pulp Fiction Method To Write Better Novels
Writing A Novel Has Never Been Easier! Have you ever wanted to write a book, but could never get started? Maybe you gave up after getting bogged down in silly plot problems? You are NOT ALONE. Most people who try and write a novel give up or fail miserably. If you need help writing your novel,... show more
Writing A Novel Has Never Been Easier!
Have you ever wanted to write a book, but could never get started? Maybe you gave up after getting bogged down in silly plot problems?
You are NOT ALONE. Most people who try and write a novel give up or fail miserably. If you need help writing your novel, you need look no further.
Publisher, editor and writer, Jim Driver, reveals many of the secrets the experts use to write bestselling novels.
He says: "Taking inspiration from the Pulp Fiction writers of the 1940s and 1950s, showed me how to banish writers' block forever. I also discovered the easiest way to create and plot commercial novels."
Know What Your Readers Will Buy Before You Write A Word
"Writing your novel should be fun and it can be easy. But you have to know how to motivate yourself and reach a point where the words will not stop flowing out of you."
How To Write A Novel – The Simple Way
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Publish date: 2014-08-10
Publisher: The Do-Not Press
Pages no: 44
Edition language: English
Firstly, this is a very quick read. Seeing as it's about using the pulp novel style used by Robert E. Howard, Dashiell Hammett etc., that's probably quite apt.Explains how to get ideas for a story, characters, plotting, drafting and finally writing and editing it.The author does tend to gloss over s...
A/N: Hi Ladys and Gentleman, I am writing this fiction for one reason and one reason only; angrykiller90210 said I couldn't do it! They said I couldn't stick with anything. Well, this will be proof positive and it will be awesome! I'll do this in 3 parts, below is just the intro which doesn't count ...
Way too basic (and with too little information about actual pulp fiction writers and their exact methods—no examples aplenty here). Might be useful to someone who's really a beginner, but even then, some of the advice here is too close to inciting people to rehash stories.