Top Tip: Get Direction   1 comment

One of the main reasons for writing is to share ideas. I find that my whole novel gets a new level of urgency and direction once I know the key idea that I want to share.

I’ve found through both The Fistorian Hero and Dark Priest, that it was a great investment to spend some time working out the key message that I wanted to share.

Once I had that, my characters and plot both had more direction, were tighter and better defined.

What’s the central message of your novel?


Posted May 14, 2017 by dalevice in Uncategorized

One response to “Top Tip: Get Direction

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  1. Hope, adventure and fun, along with at a decent amount of gratuitous space combat thrown in on top. At times, even in the face of beuracratic intrasigence, back stabbing politicians and of course an enemy that’s out there to get you and stop you cold.

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