Welcome to this episode of the Real Fast Results podcast! Today’s episode is going to be especially helpful for you if you are a fiction writer or aspiring to be one. Steve Alcorn is one of the contributing authors to Write and Grow Rich. By the way, that book is currently being promoted, and you can get it for just $0.99 if you move fast. There are a number of bonuses being offered with it for those who get it early as well. You can find out more about this at RealFastResults.com/wagr.Download the Complete PDF Show Notes Free for this Episode Steve is an expert author who helps other aspiring authors and independent publishers to reach their goals. In fact, he has been able to help more than 30,000 aspiring authors throughout his career. He’s also the CEO of Alcorn McBride Inc., which is a company that designs products used in nearly all of the world’s theme parks. In addition to that, he is the author of many books spanning many genres including historical fiction, romance, young adult novels and many non-fiction titles as well. Please welcome Steve to the show… Promise: How to Structure Your Novel Well, I hope that you will take away the idea that structuring and coming up with a plan before starting to write a novel or a short story, or any kind of fictional work, will save you a tremendous amount of time later on. I’ll show you the specific techniques for structuring your novel so that before you even start writing, you will guarantee that you are going to finish. So, no more writer’s block, and no more getting stuck. You are going to learn the keys to having a firm structure in place for writing fiction too. Well, I think that any of us who have tried to write fiction have encountered a problem in which we get very excited about an idea, and the idea may be based upon a character, it might be based upon a setting, or it might be a plot idea about something that happens. We sit down and start furiously writing, and then we write the length of a chapter, maybe, and things start to get a little fuzzy. We aren’t quite sure where to go, and we start to get a little bit lost. Download the Complete PDF Show Notes Free for this Episode Learn
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