Template: Writing the Lockdown

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How I Wrote My First Manuscript

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How Do You Know You're Ready to Write?

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Many of us want to write a book. We have an idea for a story that we HAVE to tell, and that is great. But, there are several things to consider before you take that leap. It's not an east process and you need to be mentally prepared for a long journey.

The most important thing is knowing your audience. How old are they? Who are they? Why would they want to read your book? There are many considerations.

Are you a plotter or a pantser? This refers to how you decide to go about actually writing your book. You could do a detailed outline, or write as you go.

These are just few of the many things to think of when you decide you finally want to write a full manuscript.


Learn From the Best(seller)!

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New York Time Bestselling author V.E. Schwab interviews a writer guest every week to discuss their writing process, what motivates then and what their journey has been like. Writing is subjective, and we all have our own style, but the one thing that remains consistent is that a strategy is always necessary. Listen to Victoria talk about best practices of successful writers!

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