So you want to write a novel? Maybe you've had this great idea for years, but you don't know how to get started. Or maybe you've already written your novel. Writing is fun, but it can still feel hard. I totally get it.
You don’t know where to start (whether that means the 1st word OR your 1st revision).
You worry that your idea isn’t good enough.
Finding the time to write (or revise) seems impossible.
You fear Writer’s Block.
You struggle with keeping the plot moving forward (or feeling like you actually understand it).
Creating a flexible plot outline is the fastest and easiest way to confidently write your novel.
Why create a plot outline?
Because for most people, flying by the seat of your pants is scary.
This mini course will give you...
A starting point
Clarity about your story
Concrete scenes you can write
A finishing point
Confidence and motivation to keep going
Writers often walk away with a stronger character arc, answers to questions they didn't know that had, brand new ideas percolating, the ability to see if they have a major plot hole, and of course a stronger understanding of plot.
Join hundreds of others...
who have learned how to plot their novels with this method.
(Each module has a single lesson. It's a mini course, after all.)
MODULE ONE: CHARACTER GOALS
Plot Point #5: The Finish Line
In this lesson, you'll learn the difference between wants and needs and how your character's wants help determine your story's ending.
MODULE TWO: THE BIG CHANGE
Plot Point #1: The Signup
In this lesson, I mention 3 of the 5 different types of beginnings to help you nail down how your story might start. And of course, I'll be sharing some examples too!
The Signup Worksheet
MODULE THREE: THE JOURNEY
Plot Point #2: The Gunshot
This goes way beyond "what happens next" and I share 2 types journeys your character might go on.
The Gunshot Worksheet
MODULE FOUR: GETTING CLOSER
Plot Point #3: Halfway Point
Nervous about the "sagging middle"? This lesson shares 4 of the 9 popular halfway points. Your character, after all, is getting closer to reaching their big goal.
Getting Closer Worksheet
MODULE FIVE: WHAT HAPPENS NOW
Plot Point #4: The Wall
There comes a point in your character's journey when they hit a major roadblock and they're asking "What happens now?" This lesson helps you understand what that looks like and mentions at least 2 of the possible 4 low points a character needs to face.
The Wall Worksheet
Plot Outline Worksheet
I’ve taken FULL courses that I haven't gotten this much out of!
— Angie P.
So how much does it cost?
The mini course, Plot Outlines Made Easy, is priced at $37 to help you understand plot better & create a simple 5-point plot outline.