Writing a book is an art form, and that means that there's not one right way to do it—it's going to look different for everyone, and as long as someone's method works for them, it's fine. That said, if you're a new writer looking for advice, this can make a project as big as a novel feel daunting. How do you even start to tackle a project that might be a few hundred thousand words long before it's over? If you're a painter, you need to learn about different methods and techniques and try each to see which resonates with you—you learn how people have been doing it, because that gives you a foundation of information to work with. With that foundation, you'll eventually gain the experience necessary to use what works for you and leave the rest. It's the same with writing. While you'll eventually reach a point where you've got a book writing process which works for you, you may need to try a few different methods before striking gold. In this article, I've got five methods for you to add to your toolkit—feel free to mess with them as you need to so they're effective for your project's needs. For each process, I'm going to talk about how it works, who it might be helpful for, and what sorts of tweaks you could make to give you an idea of how to customize these processes. But before we get into that, I want to talk about […]
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