Posts tagged "writing a series"

On Writing a Novel Series: Part III

There are lots of tricks for writing series novels. Trick one is don’t blow out your brains on the first book. That means hold your characters back a little because you may want to draw upon them in future stories. Read More →

So, You Want To Write A Fiction Series?

Interested to write a serial novel? First, ask yourself if you believe you can sustain a story for multiple books. People often tell me how much they want to write a novel. I ask them to tell me the outline Read More →

Writing Series Novels

Writing Series Novels   I don’t believe many authors start out to write series novels. Of course, they begin with one, and then if their readers demand or they think they can continue with a set of characters, they write another story, and Read More →

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