Novel writing is the biggest deal in literature. We’re not talking about a short story or a novella, or even a flash fiction, because unlike these categories of prose, it can take years to finish and many months to perfect before publication.
Writing a novel isn’t like building a house; it is like planting a tree, but with words. It takes time and patience.
There are so many rules to adhere to in order to ensure that all literary ingredients are intact. The settings, storyline and theme, have to fit with other characteristics of prose writing.
So, to help reduce the amount of times you punch the wall out of frustration, we have arranged 10 guides from @nearly_complete to make this process as easy as it can be for you.
They are the novel guides:
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In the event of an emergency, please take care of yourself before assisting any fictional characters. /////////////////////////////////////. This is a preview of one of four new episodes that are currently in the works – and, I know, have been for a while. Nearly Complete has grown far quicker than I'd ever imagined, and between my writing work, personal responsibilities and air guitar sessions, it's been rather challenging to find a good balance. You may have noticed the crickets and tumbleweeds on here lately, but worry not: great things are being drawn up in my secret lair. In the mean time, I'll be posting exclusive behind-the-scenes footage on my shiny new personal account, @juliantunru. That's where you'll find a first look at our next step towards world domination – the oncoming Nearly Complete website. ~Julian