Writing the Breakout Novel Workbook: 55 tasks completed out of 591 possible, 0 since 6/9.
Miles walked: 4.5 since 6/9.
I’m a better walker than writer this week.
I’m at a place where the antagonist takes the story to a different level, and I’m discovering why she goes there. The ending doesn’t change, but the route does. I’m asking the question: what evil happens when a completely ruthless person is told No?
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Just wondering – what is the writing the breakout novel workbook? and does it help?
Literary Agent, Donald Maass wrote several books that I’m happy to recommend. Read Writing the Breakout Novel, first. The workbook is a companion book full of exercises to apply directly to your writing project. The only caveat–I suggest finishing a complete rough draft of the work-in-progress before starting the workbook.
For a link to the workbook on Amazon.com, click the book title above.
thanks! i will check it out!
Great new background, Elizabeth – very pretty!
Thanks Lauri, It’s called Koi. I couldn’t resist it. The header is of the purple coneflower in my garden.