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A review of “Outlining Your Novel” by K.M. Weiland

by Frank on May 1st, 2015

This is an excellent novel crafting book. As the title suggests, it’s mainly about the outlining stage of writing a novel, but K.M. Weiland also uses examples from her novels and the works of others to discuss the process of brainstorming and story telling issues in general. The danger of such books is that they can become overly prescriptive, with the writer suggesting that his or her way may be the best way. Weiland largely avoids this pitfall and promotes the idea that writers need to find the type of outline that works best for them. A good addition to your shelf of word smithing books. (And outlining works!)

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