Nail Your Novel: books

‘On my shortlist of indispensable writing books’ Lisa Cron, author of Wired For Story, UCLA writing coach & literary agent

ebook & paperback  ISBN 9781909905955

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Nail Your Novel: Why Writers Abandon Books and How You Can Draft, Fix and Finish With Confidence

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Writing Characters Who’ll Keep Readers Captivated: Nail Your Novel
(previously titled Nail Your Novel: Bring Characters to Life)

ebook & paperback ISBN 9781909905986
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Writing Plots With Drama, Depth & Heart: Nail Your Novel

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I wander; I write. A writer’s diary in action

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Not Quite Lost: Travels Without A Sense of Direction

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  1. #1 by Jeff Steele on January 2, 2018 - 9:24 pm

    Having only recently the good fortune of discovering the works of Roz Morris, I instantly became a fan. Rox sincerely captures the writer’s spirit as she shares and guides her readers through writing tasks. She teaches her magick without all the fluff and brings the focus on the topics straight to the point. Roz is an A+ in my book.

  1. Alliance of Independent Authors Member News. Bulletin #19 | Successful Self-Publishing. The Alliance of Independent Authors's Blog.
  2. Roz Morris – author, editor (and secret ghostwriter) | Roz Morris, author
  3. How do I develop something special in my writing? | Nail Your Novel
  4. 2013…(The Merman Turns Again): My Undercover Soundtrack
  5. Why your editor admires you (and why you might not realise this) | Nail Your Novel
  6. In your character’s shoes: give your everyman character a strong presence | Nail Your Novel
  7. 3 tips for writing watertight fantasy, science fiction and time travel stories | Nail Your Novel
  8. Finished my novel… where do I find the next idea? | Nail Your Novel
  9. A conversation about story structure – and writing rules | Nail Your Novel
  10. How to fix a plot hole | Nail Your Novel
  11. Something wicked this way comes: plot book ready soon | Nail Your Novel
  12. What keeps you resilient as a writer? | Nail Your Novel
  13. Self-editing masterclass snapshots: key character disappears, how should I handle it? | Nail Your Novel
  14. The Finest Way of all to Reignite Your Love of Writing | Inspire Portal
  15. The gallop draft: 5 smart tips for writing a useful draft at speed | Nail Your Novel
  16. Print options and free books: two of my own rules I’m breaking this year… | Nail Your Novel
  17. Three paradoxes of writing life | Nail Your Novel
  18. Editing seminar snapshots: How much should you budget for editing your book? And how should you choose an editor? | Nail Your Novel
  19. The first book on writing I ever read – what was yours? | Nail Your Novel
  20. 2 tips for balancing writing and marketing time – Q&A from New Generation Publishing Summit | Nail Your Novel
  21. Author Interview: Roz Morris | Literative
  22. What to do with damaged books | Self-Publishing Advice Center
  23. #BookReview of #RozMorris ’ #NewBook ~ a Wonderful ! #Travel #Memoir | Notes from An Alien
  24. Author Interview: Roz Morris

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