So you want to write a novel

So you want to write a novel

by J. P. Kurzitza
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So you want to write a novel by J. P. Kurzitza

So You Want to Write a Novel... was written for the many who’ve wanted to pursue the lofty endeavor of penning (typing) their very own opus, but for one reason or another got lost in the whole process, or perhaps were even a little intimidated. If you want to harness and channel your story into a cohesive format that makes sense, then give So You Want to Write a Novel... a read, and get started!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011529146
Publisher: J. P. Kurzitza
Publication date: 09/21/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 737,656
File size: 184 KB

About the Author

I spew creative prose specifically tailored for the youthfully inclined and imaginatively arrested. That is to say, I write fiction and fantasy novels for all ages. I also write non-fiction booklets that cover many topics from my vast Jack-of-all-trades memory banks.

I'm a sharp spice of originality in an otherwise homogenized and unoriginal world.

I'm also a stay-home-dad. I've got 3 boys, 1 girl, 1 dog, and 1 cat. And 1 wife. life is busy.

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So you want to write a Novel 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This booklet had alot of useful info, if your just starting out or are in rut or something just doesn't seem to be fitting smoothly, checkout the booklet and it's templetes. They helped me reorganize my thoughts, think of new ideas/scenes to breath new life into my story. It can work for all types of stories: childern, young adult, adult, horror, romance, ect. The best thing is it's free! What can you lose?
Toborchet More than 1 year ago
This book supplies a nice basic description of the various elements involved in the crafting of a novel. Kurzitza clearly points out the main characters roles (antagonist, protagonist, minor character for subplot, etc.) and supplies two basic plot layouts in which they all might fit. I think this book would lay an excellent foundation for a would-be author.