Finish Your First Draft

Why Wait When You Can Finish Your Book Now?

Why Wait When You Can Finish Your Book Now?

I have a question for you: 6 months from now where do you want to be with your writing?

Holding a finished manuscript in your hands? Publishing your first book? Watching readers and literary agents fall in love with the story you've worked so hard to create?

It took me 15 years to learn everything I needed to finish a publishing-worthy novel. Because of my new masterclassyou can start learning everything you need to know today.

Can You Start And Finish Your Book In Three Months?

Can You Start And Finish Your Book In Three Months?

How would it feel to outline your novel and write a book in the next 3 months?

Awesome?

Incredible?

The accomplishment of life-long dream?

That feeling is exactly what my first student Morgan just had.

Before I opened up my masterclass to all of you, I held a trial run with 1 student to see how it would go. When Morgan joined Finish Your First Draft she had been trying to write a book for years. Using the strategies I teach in my course she was able to outline her novel in 43 days and finish her first book 2 months later.

3 Mistakes Writers Make When Writing Their First Draft

3 Mistakes Writers Make When Writing Their First Draft

People love to hide their mistakes but as writers we need to talk about them because if you don't know what mistakes you're making you don't know the things you might be doing right now that are keeping you from finishing your novel.

As you all know, writing is a huge time investment and you always want to make the best use of your time. If you set out to write a novel you want to publish and are making one of the mistakes below, you could add weeks, months, or even years of unnecessary revision to the already lengthy writing process.

I hate to waste my time and I would hate it if you're wasting yours. So it’s probably worth a check – are you making one of the mistakes below?

The Answer To All Of Your Writing Struggles

The Answer To All Of Your Writing Struggles

When I surveyed over 1000 of you guys a few weeks ago you told me your biggest writing struggles were:

  • Learning how to improve plot & outline a novel
  • Getting the tools you need to stay motivated and finish your first draft

When I read that these were your struggles I got excited because I used to struggle with the same exact things.

2 Ways To Finish Your First Draft

2 Ways To Finish Your First Draft

A few weeks ago I asked you guys what your biggest writing struggles are, and the majority of you said you struggle with creating a plot and finishing your first draft. I've been hard at work creating a resource that's going to walk you through this process step by step, but before we talk about that I want to teach you the two ways to finish a first draft.

Now in reality there's an infinite number of ways to finish a first draft, but writers often fall into 1 of 2 buckets: "Plotter" or "Pantser"