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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Outline Your Story in Less than a Month

Plot Like A Novelist

Many writers struggle with plotting their novels, books, and stories. If ever there was a writer who never struggled with plotting a story, I want to meet them! Plotting your novel doesn't have to be difficult, but it still takes effort.

There are some pretty big struggles with outlining a novel or plotting a story.

If you’re new to writing and have never outlined before, you might find that when you write by the seat of your pants, you run out of steam before you figure out where to take your story next.

If you’re finally catching on to plotting, but you wish there were something simpler than trying to figure out all the pressure points, pinch points, push points, plot points, and turning points, you’re in luck because the PLOT LIKE A NOVELIST is waaaaay easier!

If you've written a complete novel just to find out that it HAS NO PLOT and now you have to start all over and you don’t know where to begin, then I have a map that will ensure you have a plot that contains proper cause-and-effect events.

Today, I offer you a solution to help you map out your story in less than a month. Two weeks, actually. Think of it as a 15-day boot camp for novel writers.

For $97, you'll get a new lesson delivered straight to your inbox for 15 days.

If you've ever tried NaNoWriMo, and failed, maybe this is why. Heck, even if you succeeded, are you STILL revising? Maybe there are some major plot holes that need to be fixed.

With three modules (The Beginning, The Middle, and The End), you’ll learn all the necessary pieces to create a functional plot for your story. The eleven parts of a basic story arc will keep you on the right track, but still allow plenty of room for your imagination to roam.


Lesson 1.1: Four Fundamentals of Story
Lesson 1.2: Five Main Plot Points
Lesson 1.3: Pre-Race Life
Lesson 1.4: The Signup
Lesson 1.5: Second Thoughts

With the Marathon Method of Plotting, your framework is taken care of for you. The pacing falls into place and the characters’ goals, wants, and needs are woven into the actions of the story.


Lesson 2.1: The Gunshot
Lesson 2.2: Pit Stops
Lesson 2.3: The Halfway Point
Lesson 2.4: Runner’s High
Lesson 2.5: The Wall

We’ll even discuss the things most courses completely ignore. Things like fear of not being good enough, feeling overwhelmed, how to stay motivated, being confident in your work, structuring a work schedule, procrastination, and rejection. You know... mindset!


Lesson 3.1: Final Sprint
Lesson 3.2: The Finish Line
Lesson 3.3: After Party
Lesson 3.4: Writing Your Novel Synopsis
Lesson 3.5: Sticking to a Schedule

In my opinion, this the most efficient and easiest to understand course on how to plot a novel.

Map Out Your Novel in Less Than a Month

>> BUY NOW! ONLY $97 <<

We'll go through LOTS of examples to see how plot works in real stories. It's not a bunch of fluffy, high-falutin' philosophies.

If you're ready to take the leap and join the course, it's ready and waiting for you to dive right in.

For those who sign up now, you'll be saving $200, because the price will increase to $297 and be on a dedicated site with a login and password. Early adopters get lifetime access to all upgrades.

Prepare yourself to write your novel by taking a couple weeks to get your story straight from the very beginning. Go at your own pace and re-read any lesson (via email) as often as you want. Or save up all the lessons until you have them all and then you can plow through the material in record time! Then you can quickly switch gears to WRITING your novel.

The best results happen when you work consistently and incrementally through the lessons. What are you waiting for? Get started today!

Click here to sign up for the email course, PLOT LIKE A NOVELIST, for only $97.

Keep on keepin' on...


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