Imagine you could write the first draft of a novel in only 30 days. Imagine you could figure out how long it would take to complete each step down to the day – that you could set realistic and accurate goals that would allow you to maintain a constant momentum.
This 30-day method for outlining a novel eliminates many of the problems that plague fiction writers. Why dig for plots blindly when, with a little preparation, you can craft something methodically from start to finish? Why go through countless, lengthy manuscript drafts when you can create an outline so complete that it actually qualifies as the first draft?
The method outlined in this guide will work for any genre of fiction and for any type of writer. You might think that using an outline stifles creativity. But there’s no wrong way to write a book – just ineffective ways. Try this method once and see if it makes a difference…