Currently Reading “Outlining Your Novel: Map Your Way to Success” by K.M. Weiland

Finished reading April 20, 2012

Before reading this book, I had read another book on outling and found it difficult to follow and understand.  Having followed K.M. Weiland‘s blogs for some time now, I decided to give this book a read.  I found it refreshing and informative and easy to follow.  The book gives outlining a sense of ease I didn’t find in the other book.  The most interesting aspect of the book was the different view points from different authors on the the subject of Outlining a novel.  I found this very helpful in working on my own outlining process.  All the writers gave their pros and cons, pitfalls and advantages for the process.  Every aspiring writer can learn from this book, and I recommend this book, giving it 5 Stars.

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Taking a little vacation time and thought this would be an interesting read.  So far it is!

 

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Outlining Your Novel: Map Your Way to Success

by K.M. Weiland  @KMWeiland

Kindle Edition

Product Description

Writers often look upon outlines with fear and trembling. But when properly understood and correctly wielded, the outline is one of the most powerful weapons in a writer’s arsenal. Outlining Your Novel: Map Your Way to Success will help you choose the right type of outline for you, guide you in brainstorming plot ideas, aid you in discovering your characters, show you how to structure your scenes, explain how to format your finished outline, instruct you in how to use your outline when writing the first draft, reveal the benefits of outlining, and dispel the misconceptions.

— Taken From Amazon Product Page —

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About John Van Vliet

Author of the soon to be released "The H'Rhophyan Chronicles", a Fantasy Adventure Serial.
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One Response to Currently Reading “Outlining Your Novel: Map Your Way to Success” by K.M. Weiland

  1. Thanks so much for the review! I’m so glad you enjoyed the book and found it useful.

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