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How To Revise Your Novel

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One of the most common comments I hear from people … all kinds of people in all walks of life … is, “I should write a book.”

The fact is, everyone has an idea. Everyone probably has stories in them that only they can tell. But not everyone will make it as a published author. The fact is, a whole bunch of people have tried, but if they even finished their manuscript it probably got shoved in a drawer or a box. It might be on the shelf in the closet. It might be under a bed somewhere.

There is a really good reason for that. Anyone can tell a story. But it takes something more to publish a book. Anyone who has ever written will tell you… first drafts are crap. It’s a universal truth. To actually make it as an author, you can’t just be a writer. You also have to know how to revise.

Holly Lisle may be the only person to have ever broken down the revision process into a focused, teachable, repeatable, step-by-step process that will work for anyone willing to put in the time. We aren’t talking about a vague collection of ideas here. We’re talking about detailed instruction about turning your wreck of a manuscript into a publishable story.

It will work with any genre.

It will work with any length story.

With modifications, it will even work with non-fiction, although it is designed for fiction.

But the key to success is to do the work. For some people that means 6 months of focused work. For others it may mean a year or longer. But when you finish the process, your novel will be better than you ever thought possible.

So if you’re serious about becoming a published author, this class is worth the investment. CLICK HERE or on the image above to find out more about this more-comprehensive-than-college-level class.

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