Starting Your Novel: Coding the DNA
Starting a novel is a historical source of headache for budding writers. Where do you begin? What constitutes a good idea? What strategies should you keep in mind when you start clicking away?
“First you want to set up the beginning — the DNA — of your novel,” says instructor Samuel Sattin. “Coding the basic structure, plot, and worldview will allow your pages to live and breathe. The beginning always sets the tone, pace, and mood for what will follow.
In this class, Sam will show you how to tackle… Show more
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