A Guide to Writing Your Novel
This unique book shows aspiring writers what they need to know to write their first novel.
- Designed especially for teenagers and older hopeful writers, instruction is based on 30 years of proven, practical methods of developing an idea into a complete story.
- This guide covers the common elements of all category novels as well as the special requirements of the key genres: suspense, mystery, romance, juvenile and others.
- Checklists and helpful workshop suggestions can be found periodically throughout the book providing a distinctive and valuable feature.
- This is the answer book to questions beginning writers have on all aspects of novel writing.
Our duplicating/copying Policy for this Student Book:
Home use: You may freely copy our materials for use by multiple children within your
immediate family, or purchase additional Student Books so all children have one of their own.
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Phonetic Zoo: Teacher’s Notes
Advanced U.S. History-Based Writing Lessons [Teacher’s Manual Only] (Formerly US History-Based Writing Lessons, Vol. 2)
Advanced Communication Series Handouts and Lesson Plans