How can I write a good novel for beginners?
From personal experience you either have a yearning to write or not.
If you do then it is all consuming, characters and story ideas regularly torment you and you just HAVE to write.
Often you will have limited ideas and when that happens its best to just sit and start writing.
When you are writing a novel it is a constantly evolving process – scenes at the beginning might become obsolete at the end of the book and the ending might be completely different from what you imagined.
I would suggest that you read a lot to get a feel for the formats of books.
Talk to people – have you heard any interesting stories or anecdotes that might lead to a story idea.
What about in the news?
Always show and don't tell your readership.
Slowly release information about your characters – imagine a trickling of water.
Have fun – it shouldn't be a chore.
Ask for for real constructive citiscism.
dont show it to people who will instantly say it's great.
You want real warts and all feedback.
I see two possible questions here: How does someone writing their first novel do it (a beginner novelist) or how do you write novels for early readers?
I will try to offer good advice but please take the following as gentle teasing.
In both cases, you need to understand grammar and word usage well enough that your sentences are not as ambiguous as this one is.
For beginner writers
The Canadian SF critique and review show,