Do YOU want to write a novel?
If you’ve always wanted to write a novel, but don’t know where to start, then maybe Holly Lisle’s new “How to Write a Novel” class is for you.
This isn’t all about writing technique or good grammar – it’s about building and putting together all the pieces you need to tell a good ‘stand-alone’ story. Holly’s classes are really for writers wanting to reach professional or semi-professional level, but without a horrendous price tag! Though it’s like shutting the stable door after the horse has bolted, I own this new class, having gotten in on the ‘splinters’ version when a class is the cheapest price it will ever be.
Why am I telling you this? I love Holly’s classes!
There is less than 48 hours left for new students to get the current version of the class at a never-to-be-seen-again price. Included in the payment/s is lifetime access to downloadable and printable lessons, examples, and worksheets. You automatically get any future upgraded versions of your lessons if and when they occur. Though drip-fed to you at one lesson a week, you can work at your own pace. Each class has it’s own private forum where you can get friendly support and, if you have trouble understanding any of Holly’s sometimes quirky techniques, Holly will answer any questions directed to her personally. She welcomes these types of questions, because they show her where she might need to rework or reword a particular lesson. There is a money-back guarantee (30 days, I think.)
This is my writing lesson classroom at Holly’s.
The only one I’ve done pretty much right through (as in having something to show for it) is the ‘How to Revise Your Novel’. That class gave me the confidence to publish Taniel. I’m about to take Dragon Sworn through the same vigorous workout.
So, if you have a story bursting to get out, then go check out ‘How to Write a Novel’ at Holly’s Writing Classes. Scroll down her page and see if her corner of the world resonates with you. (It’s not an affiliate link.)
I participate under my own name in there: Christine J Randall.