A Beginner’s Guide to Writing a Novel
by Phyllis Irene Radford
$3.99 (Non-fiction) ISBN 978-1-61138-653-0
A BVC Original
A beginner’s guide to writing the novel they’ve held close to their hearts but never written.
People have great book ideas. Yet despite their best efforts, they find it nearly impossible to complete a single chapter. All too soon they give up, disheartened.
In this slender, easy-to-use volume, Phyllis Irene Radford–author of over forty books, and editor of 25 books, and fifteen anthologies–gently guides writers through plot structure, realistic characters, dynamic writing, organizational tools, and the publishing industry from an insider’s point of view. So, if you’ve ever thought about writing a novel, this book can help you create a dynamic beginning, conquer the muddle in the middle, and write a powerful and satisfying ending with an experienced teacher holding your hand and giving examples.
“Radford’s clear, concise writing advice will kickstart any beginner’s book and provide more experienced authors with food for thought.” — Patricia Rice, USA Today bestselling author of the Unexpected Magic Series.
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