The Process of Writing a Novel or Screenplay
Writing Your First Draft
The Pros and Cons of Traditional and Self-publishing
Publishing Your Novel Part 2
Roland Fishman explores the publishing landscape and gives writers an understanding of which publishing option is the most suitable for the individual writer.
If you have finished your novel and want to land a traditional publishing deal or self-publish, you must make your novel is as good as you possibly can. While this is a seemingly self-evident truth, many writers get impatient when they finish their novels and rush to publication.
Why We Write
In researching an article he has written, about getting your novel published, Roland Fishman found one of the key issues that came up was - what motivates people to write.
Seeing your novel in print is great, but it only comes at the end of the process and is not the reason most people start writing and keep writing.
Structure & Character
Many people mistakenly believe that structure is writing by numbers and produces cliched storylines.
Classic story structure is designed to guide you in writing a story that has readers wanting to know what happens next, while taking your main character on a spiritual and emotional journey of change.