Manuscript assessments provide a useful means to attain big-picture insights into your draft. Read six ideas from an editor drawn from writing reader reports.
Read some of the ‘greatest hits’ from the Now Novel blog in 2021, advice and ideas from our writing webinars, and favorite recent articles from other writing hubs
Many tips to remember to when writing a book are shared in writing seminars, interviews, critique circles and webinars around the world. Here are ten curated from Now Novel’s monthly writing webinars where authors from 5 continents come together to discuss writing craft:
There are many options for getting help with writing online. Here are 6 tips to get the maximum benefit from writing critiques:
Whether you’re outlining a new story idea or finding ways to connect scenes you’ve drafted into a structured narrative, use the Now Novel dashboard to finish easier. Use our story outlining tool to:
Over the past year, we’ve spoken to Now Novel members and visitors to better understand your writing challenges and processes. We’ve funneled the insights people shared into exciting improvements to our story brainstorming and outlining tools, now live. Here are 8 lessons we learned and how we used them to develop a better online writing tool:
We’ve been looking through our most-shared and most-viewed articles to find out what your best book writing blog posts of 2015 were. Here are our top ten, according to what resonated with you most:
Have you been wondering what the Now Novel process is like to work with? We’ve received many Now Novel reviews detailing what writers have found most useful about the process:
A consistent dedication to writing regularly is often what separates the successful writers from the unsuccessful ones. Below are five ways to ensure you will write every week until you finish your novel.