Teach Yourself Writing A Novel

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McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, Nov 1, 2006 - Fiction - 176 pages
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Successful author and veteran writing teacher Nigel Watts walks you through the novel-writing process-from germinating an idea, through developing plot, character and theme, to finding an agent and contacting publishers. He also provides priceless pointers on how to get started and keep the momentum going and how to conquer writer's block. Each chapter features examples from some of the greats along with skill-building exercises. This new edition contains fully updated listings of writing courses and additional resources not found in the previous edition.

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Nigel Watts PhD in Creative and Critical Writing, taught from 1989, the year in which he published his first award-winning novel, The Life Game.

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