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Write Your Novel In A Year – Week 4: Getting To Grips With Research For Your Novel

Writers Write creates writing resources for writers. This post is about getting to grips with research for your novel. We will look at researching techniques and how you can keep track of your work.

Welcome to week 4 of Anthony Ehlers’s series that aims to help you write a novel in a year. Read last week’s post here.

Watch out for the fifth instalment of Write Your Novel In A Year next week.

Top Tip: If you want to learn how to write a book, join our Writers Write course in Johannesburg or sign up for our online course.

by Anthony Ehlers

If you enjoyed this post, read:

  1. Write Your Novel In A Year – Week 3: Getting To Grips With Genre And Tone
  2. Write Your Novel In A Year – Week 2: Finding Your Red, Yellow, And Blue
  3. Write Your Novel In A Year – Week 1: Start Strong, Start Simple

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  1. Anthony Ehlers

    Good luck with this week’s journey!

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