Author Interview

Author Spotlight – Guest Four – Meg Geri

Have you ever wondered how to write a novel in thirty days?
 Well, Megan Gwyneth Geri tells you how.
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“This is one nifty, handy dandy guide for anyone who wants to write a novel. From genre selection, plotting a story and developing characters, to getting the words on paper finding inspiration and getting unstuck, this book will take you through it all. If that isn’t enough, the author includes access to printable worksheets, as well as daily communications via email for the first 28 days. If you’ve wanted to write a work of fiction but have no idea where to start or how to get organized, this is the book for you. It will take you through the process step by step to finally give life to that story idea you have. The book alone is worth the price, but the additional worksheets and support from the author are invaluable.”

This book walks you step by step through planning your novel to writing your novel. It even has a section to read about where things will go wrong and what to do when they do.

This is more than just a book about writing, this is a book about surviving the writing process.

“Megg’s “Write a Novel in 30 Days” got me excited to get writing! Chalk full of tips and tricks of how to get your month of writing off to a great start, and motivation to keep you moving through the rough patches (you know there will be some…) I can’t wait to get started! Is it November yet?!”
“I love the practical ways, activities, and interaction that this book offers. You inspire me to write, and you make me want to do more in life and follow my dreams.”
“Megg’s book is truly inspiring – I have never wanted to write a book but am inspired to share my story in some way with others around me. The book is real, true and gets to the heart of the highs and lows of writing. Even sharing tips that can be applied not just in writing but everyday life too.”
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