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If you want to write a book but don't have a plan, don't let that stop you. You don't need to plan a book to start writing; here's another way that works.

You Don't Need To Plan A Book: Here's What Works Better

You Don't Need A Plan To Write A Book. All You Need Is One Idea. Here's a process for writers who don't like to or don't know how to plan, but who still want to know how to write a book. Good for NaNoWriMo coming up.

How to Write a Scene in 11 Steps: "What Needs to Happen in This Scene?"

How to Write a Scene in 11 Steps. The best one is the last: repeat 200 times. What writer doesn't do that anyways?

Writing Hooks Perfect for Journaling Inspiration

Writing Hooks Perfect for Journaling Inspiration

This NaNoWriMo outline is your 30-day cheatsheet!  The research for these scenes is based on the common structural elements of Harry Potter, Twilight, and The Hunger Games.

#NaNoWriMo Outline: Your 30-Day Cheatsheet

This NaNoWriMo outline is your cheatsheet! The research for these scenes is based on the common structural elements of Harry Potter, Twilight, and The Hunger Games (not to mention The Hero's Journey).

My personal favorite: have them die in a necessary danger that was created by the protagonist to eventually bring down the antagonist

Make the book sum up. And then on the last page kill the most lovable character by the main protagonist and the protagonist likes it. How to make a characters death sadder

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