In 2016, Anthony Ehlers created a series called Write Your Novel In A Year. Over 52 weeks, he shared his process and guided writers through the beginning, middle, and endings of their books.
Write Your Novel In A Year
In today’s post, we list the series from Week 1 to Week 52:
Week 1: Start Strong, Start Simple
Week 4: Getting to Grips With Research
Week 5: What Will Happen Next?
Week 7: The Moment of Truth
Week 8: Untying The Knots
Week 10: Your Next Move
Week 11: State Of Mind
Week 12: Time And Place
Week 13: Decluttering Your Plot
Week 14: Final Fixes
Week 15: Draft Away
Week 16: What Makes A Scene Work?
Week 17: Expect The Unexpected
Week 18: Shading A Scene
Week 19: Turning The Screw
Week 20: Getting To The Heart Of The Story
Week 21: All About Character
Week 22: Making Your Scenes Work for You
Week 23: Reality Bites
Week 24: How Important Is Style In A Story?
Week 25: Your Mid-Year Analysis
Week 26: 3 Tough Questions You May Be Facing
Week 27: Theme As the Engine Of Plot
Week 28: Breaking Up Chapters & Scenes
Week 29: 3 Things To Remember About Dialogue
Week 30: The 30 Minute Challenge
Week 31: The Voice And The Vision
Week 32: Your 6 Indispensable Plot Pivots
Week 34: Spring Cleaning
Week 36: 3 Must-Have Scenes That Reveal Plot
Week 37: Rules Of The Game
Week 38: 3 Criteria For A Perfect Scene
Week 45: How To Find A Top Literary Agent
Week 50: Building Your Brand As An Author
Week 52: Keep The Momentum Going
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