So did I. Lots of times. In fact, it wasn't until I found this particular 15 minute writing method that things changed. Using that and making one other small change, I've now written four novels ... with more on the way.
I particularly liked this quote by author, Beth Kanell. Beth says, “One of my favorite things about reading The 15-Minute Novelist is the feeling that I've got a clear, step-by-step workbook in front of me -- even with questions to answer! It's conversational, like a good friend or warm-hearted pro, putting an arm over my shoulder and saying, "Stop scaring yourself! You can do this and have a great time, 15 minutes at a time, just like this ..." -- and I know it's going to work, because I've been there. J.P. Choquette's book reminds me of the good times I've had, and how to have them again, putting a story onto paper to share it.”
That bit about being ‘reminded of the good times she’s has and how to have them again’ made me break out in goose bumps. Yes! That is why I wrote this guide and what I’m hoping that other writers come away with.
Belief in themselves.
A new, simple way to write.
If this e-Guide helps a writer accomplish even one or those, I will be happy. But if a writer tells me they have experienced all three? I’ll be tap dancing like Danny Kaye.
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"I've tried finishing a novel before ... and failed."
It’s here! It’s here! It’s finally here!
The release of my e-Guide, The 15-Minute Novelist: How to Write a Novel in Just 15 Minutes a Day happens today.
Thanks to some early reviews, I have proof that this method isn’t just a bunch of fluff, but really works.
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