How can we write a novel

How can we write a novel?

Before I start, I want to mention that I am assuming you’ve never tried writing before.
If you have, then some of this stuff you may know already.
Just want to make sure you have all the information :)

First off, make sure you know what a “novel” is.
There’s novellas, novelettes, etc.
Novels are 50,000, and even then, some publishing companies won’t take less than 70,000, if you’re looking to publish.
The first thing: how much of your idea do you have? Plot? Characters? Subplots? Conflict? Ending?
This is all fine, if you don’t want to outline your novel first.
An outline will help you keep your novel on track and if you’re ever stuck, it can come in handy.
Some people prefer to go without an outline, it gives you more freedom while you’re actually writing.
If you’re outlining, you probably want to have your characters and plots figured out before you start.
If you don’t have a whole lot, and you want to outline, I would recommend the Snowflake outline method.
It takes your small idea and puts it into a full outline.
Now, you may or may not have an outline.
Time to start writing.
Figure out where you want to write.
There are free writing programs out there, like Google Docs, that a lot of people use.
There are also expensive ones.
The writing program I use, Scrivener, was $40.
You don’t need a fancy program to write.
Hell, you could write it on paper and pen if you want (though I’m not sure if there’s a company that would take it.
I’ve never looked into it…)
And now, you write.
Some people like to set goals to get them writing faster.
For me, I use the NaNoWriMo Young Writer’s Program to set up small challenges so I can write fast.
I really can’t give you any tips when it comes to actually writing, you just have to do it.
Once you’re done, you have two choices: edit, or let it go.
If you want to publish it, the latter of the two is not an option.
There are many, many ways to edit.
I like to edit chapter (or scene, however you break up your novel) by chapter.
I make a list of what I need to keep, what I like, and what I dislike about the chapter.
I fix those first and any glaring issues before I start fixing grammar and such.
And there you go, you have a novel.
Now you can start another one, or run away because writing is hard 😉

The first essential is a story line.
Do you have an idea of what the story is about? Without that, there’s little point in starting.
But if you have the basic story, I recommend you do some basic planning – think of the main characters, both the goodies and the baddies, describe them in full in the notes you should keep throughout the process.
Then start thinking about how they would be affected and would react to the basic plot line.
As to finding a basic story – honestly, that’s not difficult! Listen to conversations between people, read news items, watch current affairs programs or natural history, or science – anything.
My first book originated from hearing two men in a pub, one saying, “Jeez, that bloke was so close, I thought he was trying to run me off the road!” What? What if he was? Why would he? What was the relationship between the man and his potential killer? It resulted in a 100,000 word action thriller that was very badly written and never saw the light of day, but was enough to show me what was required to write a book.
My current project, a sci-fi trilogy originated when I watched a science program.
Some pundit claimed that human DNA was mostly junk left over from early man.
My immediate thought was, “What if it isn’t junk? What else could be there that we haven’t found?” A lot of research later, I began writing.
I’m pleased to have seen numerous scientific discoveries in recent years finding some amazing facts about human DNA.

The first thing to do is have an idea on the subject matter.
What I then do is make notes whenever I think of an idea, character.
scene or event that could contribute healthily to it and then put it all together and keep tossing it about until you get the right mix.
If you are looking for a place to post your chapters and get reviews as you write them then please join our brand new writer’s site, “The Writer Site.

Click here…
First off, make sure you know what a “novel” is.
There’s novellas, novelettes, etc.
Novels are 50,000, and even then, some publishing companies won’t take less than 70,000, if you’re looking to publish.
The first thing: how much of your idea do you have? Plot? Characters? Subplots? Conflict? Ending?
This is all fine, if you don’t want to outline your novel first.
An outline will help you keep your novel on track and if you’re ever stuck, it can come in handy.
Some people prefer to go without an outline, it gives you more freedom while you’re actually writing.
If you’re outlining, you probably want to have your characters and plots figured out before you start.
If you don’t have a whole lot, and you want to outline, I would recommend the Snowflake outline method.
It takes your small idea and puts it into a full outline.
Now, you may or may not have an outline.
Time to start writing.
Figure out where you want to write.
There are free writing programs out there, like Google Docs, that a lot of people use.
There are also expensive ones.
The writing program I use, Scrivener, was $40.
You don’t need a fancy program to write.
Hell, you could write it on paper and pen if you want (though I’m not sure if there’s a company that would take it.
I’ve never looked into it…)
And now, you write.
Some people like to set goals to get them writing faster.
For me, I use the NaNoWriMo Young Writer’s Program to set up small challenges so I can write fast.
I really can’t give you any tips when it comes to actually writing, you just have to do it.
Once you’re done, you have two choices: edit, or let it go.
If you want to publish it, the latter of the two is not an option.
There are many, many ways to edit.
I like to edit chapter (or scene, however you break up your novel) by chapter.
I make a list of what I need to keep, what I like, and what I dislike about the chapter.
I fix those first and any glaring issues before I start fixing grammar and such.
And there you go, you have a novel.
Now you can start another one, or run away because writing is hard 😉

The first essential is a story line.
Do you have an idea of what the story is about? Without that, there’s little point in starting.
But if you have the basic story, I recommend you do some basic planning – think of the main characters, both the goodies and the baddies, describe them in full in the notes you should keep throughout the process.
Then start thinking about how they would be affected and would react to the basic plot line.
As to finding a basic story – honestly, that’s not difficult! Listen to conversations between people, read news items, watch current affairs programs or natural history, or science – anything.
My first book originated from hearing two men in a pub, one saying, “Jeez, that bloke was so close, I thought he was trying to run me off the road!” What? What if he was? Why would he? What was the relationship between the man and his potential killer? It resulted in a 100,000 word action thriller that was very badly written and never saw the light of day, but was enough to show me what was required to write a book.
My current project, a sci-fi trilogy originated when I watched a science program.
Some pundit claimed that human DNA was mostly junk left over from early man.
My immediate thought was, “What if it isn’t junk? What else could be there that we haven’t found?” A lot of research later, I began writing.
I’m pleased to have seen numerous scientific discoveries in recent years finding some amazing facts about human DNA.

The first thing to do is have an idea on the subject matter.
What I then do is make notes whenever I think of an idea, character.
scene or event that could contribute healthily to it and then put it all together and keep tossing it about until you get the right mix.
If you are looking for a place to post your chapters and get reviews as you write them then please join our brand new writer’s site, “The Writer Site.

Click here…

First off, make sure you know what a “novel” is.
There’s novellas, novelettes, etc.
Novels are 50,000, and even then, some publishing companies won’t take less than 70,000, if you’re looking to publish.
The first thing: how much of your idea do you have? Plot? Characters? Subplots? Conflict? Ending?
This is all fine, if you don’t want to outline your novel first.
An outline will help you keep your novel on track and if you’re ever stuck, it can come in handy.
Some people prefer to go without an outline, it gives you more freedom while you’re actually writing.
If you’re outlining, you probably want to have your characters and plots figured out before you start.
If you don’t have a whole lot, and you want to outline, I would recommend the Snowflake outline method.
It takes your small idea and puts it into a full outline.
Now, you may or may not have an outline.
Time to start writing.
Figure out where you want to write.
There are free writing programs out there, like Google Docs, that a lot of people use.
There are also expensive ones.
The writing program I use, Scrivener, was $40.
You don’t need a fancy program to write.
Hell, you could write it on paper and pen if you want (though I’m not sure if there’s a company that would take it.
I’ve never looked into it…)
And now, you write.
Some people like to set goals to get them writing faster.
For me, I use the NaNoWriMo Young Writer’s Program to set up small challenges so I can write fast.
I really can’t give you any tips when it comes to actually writing, you just have to do it.
Once you’re done, you have two choices: edit, or let it go.
If you want to publish it, the latter of the two is not an option.
There are many, many ways to edit.
I like to edit chapter (or scene, however you break up your novel) by chapter.
I make a list of what I need to keep, what I like, and what I dislike about the chapter.
I fix those first and any glaring issues before I start fixing grammar and such.
And there you go, you have a novel.
Now you can start another one, or run away because writing is hard 😉

The first essential is a story line.
Do you have an idea of what the story is about? Without that, there’s little point in starting.
But if you have the basic story, I recommend you do some basic planning – think of the main characters, both the goodies and the baddies, describe them in full in the notes you should keep throughout the process.
Then start thinking about how they would be affected and would react to the basic plot line.
As to finding a basic story – honestly, that’s not difficult! Listen to conversations between people, read news items, watch current affairs programs or natural history, or science – anything.
My first book originated from hearing two men in a pub, one saying, “Jeez, that bloke was so close, I thought he was trying to run me off the road!” What? What if he was? Why would he? What was the relationship between the man and his potential killer? It resulted in a 100,000 word action thriller that was very badly written and never saw the light of day, but was enough to show me what was required to write a book.
My current project, a sci-fi trilogy originated when I watched a science program.
Some pundit claimed that human DNA was mostly junk left over from early man.
My immediate thought was, “What if it isn’t junk? What else could be there that we haven’t found?” A lot of research later, I began writing.
I’m pleased to have seen numerous scientific discoveries in recent years finding some amazing facts about human DNA.

The first thing to do is have an idea on the subject matter.
What I then do is make notes whenever I think of an idea, character.
scene or event that could contribute healthily to it and then put it all together and keep tossing it about until you get the right mix.
If you are looking for a place to post your chapters and get reviews as you write them then please join our brand new writer’s site, “The Writer Site.

Click here…
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