Novel Writing Blueprint by Susan Palmquist

Learn all aspects of writing a novel

Novel writing blueprint

Did you know that writing a book ranks in the top three things on bucket lists?

Maybe it’s on yours too or maybe you’ve always thought about writing a novel or have a story that needs to be told.

Writing a book is harder than you think…getting published even tougher, so I’ve put together what I call, Novel Writing Blueprint.

It will show you how to develop good writing habits from day one, how to get the book started and finished, but most of all, share with you insider secrets about what makes for a great story, great characters, and a plot that will have an editor or agent thinking you’ve been writing for years.

While it isn’t a short cut or a crank the book out in 30 days sort of approach, it’s an easy to follow blueprint on the whole novel writing process. Something I wished I had when I set out on my own writing journey.

This blueprint is going to show you-

How to plot

How to create characters readers will love

How to choose the right person to tell the story

How to write dialogue so that your readers will think they’re eavesdropping on a real conversation.

How to show and not tell

How to make sure your character has a goal and there’s enough conflict throughout your story

Ways to up the emotional impact

And lots more…

If you feel now is the time to start writing a novel, why not pick up a copy of the Novel Writing Blueprint today and be on your way to writing a story that who knows, could be the next bestseller.


Secondary Genre: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Composition & Creative Writing

Language: English

Keywords: Novel writing, how to write a book, learn to write a novel

Word Count: 12,000

Sales info:

 Although the book isn't ranking as high as I like, I feel that there's a bigger audience in non-English speaking countries and therefore I'd like it to be availabe in as many languages as possible.

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Sample text:

I won’t lie and tell you that writing a book is easy because it’s not. In fact, if it was then everyone would be an author.

Getting started and sticking with it is half the battle so I hope you’ll see this book as not only as a way to learn how to write, but a way to stay motived until your book is finished. Running out of plot or ideas isn’t the main reason why people fail to produce their book. Most of the time, it’s due to lack of motivation or they get sidetracked by some other pursuit.  Let’s start things the right way.

The first thing I’d like you to think about is your why?

Why do you want to be a writer?

Why do you want to write a book?

Be honest with yourself.

If it’s because it sounds cool or will be a conversation starter at parties then let me tell you, you’re going to fail.


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