I Have an Idea, What's Next?
In this course, we will take you through starting with an idea and working your way through to a completed manuscript. I know it sounds so easy! ;-)
What Genre Are You Writing?
Do You Have a Character or a Plot you want to write?
Template Character v Plot
Are You a Planner or a Pantser?
Can You Jump Around? Or Do You Write in Order?
Where do you sit? How can I help?
Which Part is Most Important? World or Character?
What is Your Voice? Are You the Next?
Is Reading Necessary to Be a Great Writer?
How to Find Balance
So Do I Plan All this Out?
Where do you stand?
Eventually, You need to start!
Routine is Your Friend
The Ups and Downs (Fighting Doubt)
How to fight Writers Block
How Long Does it take to Write a Book?
Things to Expect Along the Way
Books / Podcasts and More
Twitter - I know Right
Social Media and Who to Follow
How do you Social?
What does this mean for you?
One of the fastest ways to turn off your readers is a slow start or a saggy middle. Take it from your instructor, Ricky Treon — he knows from experience. But now he's praised for his pacing, and he's here to share his secrets!
Ask Blue Handle Publishing President Charles D'Amico and Editorial Director Ricky Treon anything about writing, publishing, or Charles's 100-pound puppy Chief!
Typos and other small errors in your books can lead to bad reviews and lost readers. Senior editor Amber Guffey uses her 15+ years of experience to show you the fundamentals of copy editing — one of the keys to making average writing excellent!