20 Tips to help You Write a Novel in 30 Days AKA How To Win the NaNoWriMo Challenge Premium class

Susan Palmquist, Author, Teacher, Tutor

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22 Videos (29m)
    • Take the Write a Novel in 30 Days Challenge

      1:31
    • Tip 1

      2:03
    • Tip 2

      1:25
    • Tip 3

      0:39
    • Tip 4

      1:02
    • Tip 5

      0:54
    • Tip 6

      1:02
    • Tip 7

      0:59
    • Tip 8

      1:09
    • Tip 9

      1:16
    • Tip 10

      1:26
    • Tip 11

      1:23
    • Tip 12

      1:15
    • Tip 13

      1:46
    • Tip 14

      1:13
    • Tip 15

      1:41
    • Tip 16

      1:24
    • Tip 17

      1:39
    • Tip 18

      1:24
    • Tip 19

      1:20
    • Tip 20

      1:41
    • Conclusion and Thank You

      1:05

About This Class

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Have you ever dreamed about writing a novel? Have you thought about taking part in NaNoWriMo?

Maybe you've already started your story or take the challenge and given up half way through your story or month.

My name's Susan Palmquist and I'm the author of 100 books but I wasn't always a productive writer. I've learned easy ways to stay with your goal and turn yourself into a writer who can easily manage a book a month. Since 2008, I've been teaching and tutoring aspiring writers and nothing is more rewarding than seeing someone take that first step to getting published.

Enroll now and learn ways to get started and continue writing until you have that novel finished. Who knows you could write the next bestseller...

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Susan Palmquist

Author, Teacher, Tutor

Susan Palmquist writes under her own name and that of her pen name Vanessa Devereaux. She's the author of 100 books and since 2008, she's been tutoring aspiring authors and teaching workshops for various chapter of the Romance Writers of America.

Prior to teaching she was a full time freelance writer and her work has appeared in such publications as Health, Arthritis Today, Lifetime TV, and American Profile.

She also blogs at her writing web site, www.thiswriterslife.com