Newbie at work.

I' have always had so much "stuff" running around in my head that I thought if I could put it down on paper, it would make a great novel. Much easier said than done. What plays out in my head is hilarious, but getting that down on paper is the trick. Until I started this journey, I was unaware of the proper word count for sentences, pages or books. I let my son read the first chapter. "You need character development." Rewrite!


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This is a my book in a nutshell. When Roxanne's father inherits the old family plantation, new friends and adventures await Roxanne and her twin brother Braxton. Join them as they try to solve a 70 ye


I read somewhere that if you aren't sick of your story by the time you are through editing and rewriting that you haven't done it enough times. I think I am there,,,until I get to the end and then I s

Forever a newbie!

Found sheets to write out character traits and others to plot out chapters. That was a great help.I submitted my first draft to be evaluated. It said my sentences were too short and my writing style w

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