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How to Write a Fiction Novel in 30 Days - ideas and techniques if you only have one hour or less each day to write your book. by Nicholas Black Have you thought about writing books? Are you writing a book now? Does the idea of writing books seem seem interesting but you have no experience? This will teach you how to write a book, quickly, and have you published in 30 days! This How to Write a Fiction Novel in 30 Days - ideas and techniques if you only have one hour or less each day to write your book. by Nicholas Black Have you thought about writing books? Are you writing a book now? Does the idea of writing books seem seem interesting but you have no experience? This will teach you how to write a book, quickly, and have you published in 30 days! This is the number one book that will teach you an actual system to take the ideas out of your head and formulate them into your very own fiction novel. This is the same How-to system that Nicholas Black used to write his novels, after having no experience at all in writing or publishing. (BONUS) - Special new section on your Kindle Strategy to Launch your book! This is invaluable information, notes, web links, and a structured timeline for any author who is about to publish. Several of Mr. Black's books have been best sellers in many categories on Amazon, and this teaches you the basics of getting your novel written and published in the next month! Want to be the next Dean Koontz, Stephen King, or James Patterson? This how-to book will teach you how to create and maintain an effective outline, write a stunning Prologue, Epilogue, and all of the important chapters in between. You will learn how to understand the dramatic structure of a novel (both fiction and nonfiction), and all of the details in between. This book will teach you, even if you've never written anything in your life, how to get those ideas out of your head, and onto the printed page - or on the lit screen of the Amazon Kindle and Kindle Fire (as well as the many other e-reading devices like: Sony, Barnes & Noble's Nook, Apple's iPad, and more). Learn the basics that you will need for any of the e-publishing formats (.epub, .mobi, PRC, AZW, AZW1, TPZ, .TXT, PRS (Sony devices), EPUB, LRF, LRX, RTF, PDF, etc.). So if you want to become a best selling author, but you never thought you had the time to write a book, then this is the How-to book for you. This book is easy to read, easy to understand, and easy to use! Learn how to write a book (your fiction novel) in the next 30 days! Nicholas Black (author of over 15 novels in just the last two years; including, See Jack Die, the Purg Series, Walking Ghost, Soul's Harbor, and The Messenger) has created a system that is so simple to use, you can write your first novel in 30 days, while only having to dedicate one hour per day to your writing. Nicholas pioneered this system, having zero experience in writing of any kind. He takes you from a complete novice, and teaches you every skill you will need to get your thoughts onto the screen, and out into the market. So what are you waiting for? In 30 days you could be a published Novelist!


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How to Write a Fiction Novel in 30 Days - ideas and techniques if you only have one hour or less each day to write your book. by Nicholas Black Have you thought about writing books? Are you writing a book now? Does the idea of writing books seem seem interesting but you have no experience? This will teach you how to write a book, quickly, and have you published in 30 days! This How to Write a Fiction Novel in 30 Days - ideas and techniques if you only have one hour or less each day to write your book. by Nicholas Black Have you thought about writing books? Are you writing a book now? Does the idea of writing books seem seem interesting but you have no experience? This will teach you how to write a book, quickly, and have you published in 30 days! This is the number one book that will teach you an actual system to take the ideas out of your head and formulate them into your very own fiction novel. This is the same How-to system that Nicholas Black used to write his novels, after having no experience at all in writing or publishing. (BONUS) - Special new section on your Kindle Strategy to Launch your book! This is invaluable information, notes, web links, and a structured timeline for any author who is about to publish. Several of Mr. Black's books have been best sellers in many categories on Amazon, and this teaches you the basics of getting your novel written and published in the next month! Want to be the next Dean Koontz, Stephen King, or James Patterson? This how-to book will teach you how to create and maintain an effective outline, write a stunning Prologue, Epilogue, and all of the important chapters in between. You will learn how to understand the dramatic structure of a novel (both fiction and nonfiction), and all of the details in between. This book will teach you, even if you've never written anything in your life, how to get those ideas out of your head, and onto the printed page - or on the lit screen of the Amazon Kindle and Kindle Fire (as well as the many other e-reading devices like: Sony, Barnes & Noble's Nook, Apple's iPad, and more). Learn the basics that you will need for any of the e-publishing formats (.epub, .mobi, PRC, AZW, AZW1, TPZ, .TXT, PRS (Sony devices), EPUB, LRF, LRX, RTF, PDF, etc.). So if you want to become a best selling author, but you never thought you had the time to write a book, then this is the How-to book for you. This book is easy to read, easy to understand, and easy to use! Learn how to write a book (your fiction novel) in the next 30 days! Nicholas Black (author of over 15 novels in just the last two years; including, See Jack Die, the Purg Series, Walking Ghost, Soul's Harbor, and The Messenger) has created a system that is so simple to use, you can write your first novel in 30 days, while only having to dedicate one hour per day to your writing. Nicholas pioneered this system, having zero experience in writing of any kind. He takes you from a complete novice, and teaches you every skill you will need to get your thoughts onto the screen, and out into the market. So what are you waiting for? In 30 days you could be a published Novelist!

30 review for How to Write a Fiction Novel in 30 Days

  1. 4 out of 5

    Amy Hogan

    I thought there were some good tips in the book, especially about formatting your book for self-publishing as an e-book, but the rest seemed like it was just copy/pasted from Wikipedia, and the writer's own writing samples should have been supplemented with better examples, maybe from the books he admires so. I thought there were some good tips in the book, especially about formatting your book for self-publishing as an e-book, but the rest seemed like it was just copy/pasted from Wikipedia, and the writer's own writing samples should have been supplemented with better examples, maybe from the books he admires so.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Liz

    Disappointed, too much plugging of his own books. And still don't know how this constitutes a 30 day writing plan. Sure there are some exercises, but in toto, nothing about how to go about doing it in a methodical way. Stick with Chris Batty's book "No Plot, No Problem". Disappointed, too much plugging of his own books. And still don't know how this constitutes a 30 day writing plan. Sure there are some exercises, but in toto, nothing about how to go about doing it in a methodical way. Stick with Chris Batty's book "No Plot, No Problem".

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Berry

    The process seems so much more approachable now Sometimes how-to books can be ripoffs written by hacks. After all, if the author was so successful, why did he need to sell a book about it? In this case, however, How To Write A Fiction Novel in 30 Days or Less contains valuable tips and exercises that have greatly helped me wrap my head around the writing process. I'm struggling through a fiction book right now, but I finally see that it's a surmountable task. I'm actually excited, instead of scar The process seems so much more approachable now Sometimes how-to books can be ripoffs written by hacks. After all, if the author was so successful, why did he need to sell a book about it? In this case, however, How To Write A Fiction Novel in 30 Days or Less contains valuable tips and exercises that have greatly helped me wrap my head around the writing process. I'm struggling through a fiction book right now, but I finally see that it's a surmountable task. I'm actually excited, instead of scared and intimidated.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Francene Carroll

    This is a useful resource for those who are contemplating writing a book and need a little boost to get started. As an author with a couple of novels and some novellas under my belt I also found it helpful. The author clearly knows his stuff and the advice is sound. I am already using many of the techniques he recommends, but reading this book helped to make the writing process and steps clearer for me. I particularly liked the section at the end on marketing as this is an area I struggle with. This is a useful resource for those who are contemplating writing a book and need a little boost to get started. As an author with a couple of novels and some novellas under my belt I also found it helpful. The author clearly knows his stuff and the advice is sound. I am already using many of the techniques he recommends, but reading this book helped to make the writing process and steps clearer for me. I particularly liked the section at the end on marketing as this is an area I struggle with. I also enjoyed reading about his own writing journey, especially with his first manuscript which was highly amusing! For a Kindle freebie this was a great find!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Daria

    Thank You Mr. Black! "How to Write a Fiction Novel..." is a wonderful motivational tool for writers needing a "nudge" forward. You've summed up the steps for creating, writing, and publishing a novel in a concise and motivating manner. Your instructions are not overwhelming, but encouraging. Then as a bonus, you hold our hand and walk us through the process of writing said novel. Again, "Thank You!" I'm pumped up and on my way to completing my first novel. Thank You Mr. Black! "How to Write a Fiction Novel..." is a wonderful motivational tool for writers needing a "nudge" forward. You've summed up the steps for creating, writing, and publishing a novel in a concise and motivating manner. Your instructions are not overwhelming, but encouraging. Then as a bonus, you hold our hand and walk us through the process of writing said novel. Again, "Thank You!" I'm pumped up and on my way to completing my first novel.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Andy Micone

    This book has some useful stuff about producing and promoting a novel as an ebook but not anything useful in terms of actually writing that book in 30 days besides highly generic advice. "Keep at it, all you need are great ideas, determination, and good marketing " are platitudes, not actually how to advice. This book has some useful stuff about producing and promoting a novel as an ebook but not anything useful in terms of actually writing that book in 30 days besides highly generic advice. "Keep at it, all you need are great ideas, determination, and good marketing " are platitudes, not actually how to advice.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ronaldo Ricioli

    Verdadeiro guia para os Futuros escritores. O autor descreve a técnica que o levou a escrever 14 romances e 2 anos. Moderno e repleto de ferramentas tecnológicas, ele passa a receita de sites, programas e estratégias de marketing em redes sociais para escrever, publicar e promover sua obra. Recomendo.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jill

    Just finished this book and it was crammed with good information. If you follow the methods described, you will be a successful writer. Thank you for making the book easy to read and follow. Definitely worth the price!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Adam

    Just over four stars. I enjoy reading about writing and I thought Mr. Black did a great job describing his process. Very informative and fun to read. Have I started my book? Not yet...

  10. 5 out of 5

    Scott Whitney

    I found this book helpful in getting over my current problems with my writing. The exercises are helpful when you do them and it gives a new way to look and think about writing.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Roland Martinez

    A few good blog posts with an average fiction novel at the end.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Serlina

    Very much enjoyed reading this book, very informative & helpful

  13. 4 out of 5

    'jim

    Nicholas shows us how to reach our goal of writing and being published all within 30 days. This is a great guide and I would recommend it to anyone who is struggling to get their dream finished....

  14. 4 out of 5

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  18. 4 out of 5

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  19. 5 out of 5

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  20. 4 out of 5

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  21. 5 out of 5

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  22. 5 out of 5

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  23. 5 out of 5

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  24. 5 out of 5

    Lianne

  25. 5 out of 5

    Gretchen Hunter

  26. 5 out of 5

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  27. 4 out of 5

    Nicholas Black

  28. 4 out of 5

    Antoinette McCormick

  29. 5 out of 5

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    Carol

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