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How to add intrigue, conflict and suspense to your novel (without boring infodumps)

A great novel has two parts:

1. story – what happens

2. drama – why it matters.

Far too many authors screw this up in the beginning with boring backstory and information, which takes away all the intrigue and suspense; or by not including enough conflict (which is different than violence or action). This video, along with my plotting resources, will help you drastically improve your writing and keep readers turning pages. I’ve also included a scene checklist and some info on plot twists and reveals.



Watch all the videos (complete series) on YouTube


If you don’t have time to watch all the videos, but want to improve your writing craft, self-edit your book, and make a living with your writing – you can preorder my book for some exclusive bonuses.

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