50 Things You Need To Know About Outlining Your Book

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Are you thinking of writing a book? Do you wonder where to start? Do you feel buried under the tons of writing websites offering advice or writing how-to books? Confused about how to start and complete an outline? If you answered yes to these questions, perhaps Lori A. Paige's "50 Things You Need To Know About Outlining Your Book" is for you. This clever little eBook is a part of the Get Yourself Published series of eBooks.

Writing an outline can be a daunting task, even for an experienced writer. Ms. Paige offers writers a clear and concise method for a writer to work his or her way through the outline writing process. This outstanding eBook offers a simple, fifty point plan to work your way not only through the completion of your outline, but also discusses all the "necessaries" along the way such as a variety of prewriting techniques and laying down a foundation for your story as you write your way to a rough draft.

The best part is this eBook will work for writers of both fiction and nonfiction. You won't find yourself bogged down in a mire of useless information. If you're a new writer or perhaps an experienced writer looking to change genre, you won't be disappointed with "50 Things You Need To Know About Outlining Your Book". I look forward to reading the other books in this series.


Book Blurb for 50 Things You Need To Know About Outlining Your Book

Whether you write fiction or nonfiction, scorching hot romance books or how to manuals, your first book will be easier to write and improve the finished product. These 50 things will teach you to outline effectively and take you all the way to a rough draft you can feel confident about!

Topics covered include prewriting and brainstorming, different kinds of outlines, and hammering out that frightening first draft. The author has taught college writing for over 20 years and has published articles, short stories, and novels using this method. You can learn to do the same!


Night Owl Reviews Mar, 2011 4.50