The problem is that writing is hard. Very hard. 99.99% of people never try to write a book and of those that do, another 99% never finish their work.
If you're ready to take the first step and start your book, I want to make sure you finish it. The odds are stacked against you, so it's imperative that you do everything in your power to make it. And I think I have a strategy that just might help you.
I've been improvising since 2010. Even when I was just learning the craft, I could see how improv could impact my writing. Just like being on stage is terrifying (with no script, mind you), so is facing the blank page while writing.
Every week that I improvise, I face this fear. Stage time has built courage in me that I then can transfer to the written page. It's also given me a toolkit for creating characters and generating future plot points.
And that's what I'd like to show you in this course: I've boiled down the essentials of improvising a one-act play, beginning with facing your fear and moving on to the nuts and bolts of writing a good novel. I hope that these techniques and tips will help you finally finish your book-all over the next 30 days.
This book will teach you:
•Day One: How to brain storming the big life changing event that kicks your character's life into gear.
•Day Two: How to pull those riveting characters out of your character center/warehouse.
•Day Three: How to create a rich world by uncovering the laws of your novel's world.
•Day Four: How to creating the places your characters live by populating them with the things that matter to them.
•Day Five: How to listen to your characters to find the themes and games to create rich subplots.
•And so on
You'll be given an improv lesson each day, and when you're done, you'll have an actual novel to show for your efforts.