Writing A Novel Has Never Been Easier

Have you ever wanted to write a book, but could never get started? Maybe you gave up after getting bogged down in silly plot problems?

You are NOT ALONE.

Most people who try and write a novel give up or fail miserably.

If you need help writing your novel, you need look no further.

Publisher, editor and writer, Jim Driver, reveals many of the secrets the experts use to write bestselling novels.

He says: “Taking inspiration from the Pulp Fiction writers of the 1940s and 1950s, showed me how to banish writers’ block forever. I also discovered the easiest way to create and plot commercial novels.”

Know What Your Readers Will Buy Before You Write A Word!

“Writing your novel should be fun and it can be easy. But you have to know how to motivate yourself and reach a point where the words will not stop flowing out of you.”

This will be the last book you need to read before you write your bestselling novel.

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This article has 3 comments

  1. Marsha L. Perrine

    Just in time for National Novel Writing Month Prep When I saw the title of this book, I had no idea what this author was talking about. I thought, here is going to be another book that just sends you on to his more expensive books. And what in the world is “Pulp Fiction” besides a movie?As with many of the free Kindle books out there, I was skeptical about what Mr. Driver could offer, but since it’s getting close to NaNoWriMo, I wanted to see if he possible had any wisdom we could glean from.I was blown…

  2. Jim

    Get it! It’s a gem. I discovered this book on Amazon sometime after 2AM (too much caffeine was keeping me awake), and within about a minute I was reading it on the Kindle app on a tablet (I own a Kindle but I wasn’t about to get out of bed to get it). I just wanted to get a sense of what it was like, but once I started reading, I couldn’t stop.I’ve read a ton of writing books (starting in the mid-80’s), I took a summer writing workshop at Iowa University, I’ve taken several writing courses offered by…

  3. Ralph E. Vaughan

    The new pulps Jim Driver likens this new age of digital publishing to the age of the pulps, which is not a bad comparison. It was a time when fiction reigned, with more than fifty titles published every month. As Driver points out, people, then as now, wanted excitement and entertainment, not great literature. Of course, good writing is always appreciated by readers, but popular fiction always wins out over boring writing. Many of the suggestions are standard for the course, but one of the best suggestions…

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