32 Quotes to Make Writers Weep, Cry, Laugh, Shout, or Jump for Joy

30 Days to a Stronger Novel Online Video course

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Writing teacher Darcy Pattison teachers an online video course, 30 Days to a Stronger Novel. Each day includes an inspirational quote, and tips and techniques for revising your novel. Here are the 30 days of inspirational quotes.

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The titles below are the Table of Contents for the Online Video Class.

  1. A 30 Day Adventure

    A-ErskineCaldwell

  2. Watership Down with Armadillos: Titles

    1-Shakespeare

  3. Search Me: Subtitles

    2-Zuckerman

  4. Defeat Interruptions: Chapter Divisions

    3-Poe

  5. Scarlett or Pansy: The Right Character Name

    4-Byron

  6. My Wound is Geography: Stronger Settings

    5-Conroy

  7. Horse Manure: Stronger Setting Details

    6-CSLewis

  8. Weaklings: Every Character Must Matter

    7-Walker

  9. Take Your Character’s Pulse

    8-Kingsolver

  10. Yin-Yang: Connecting Emotional and Narrative Arcs

    9-Bradbury

  11. Owls and Foreigners: Unique Character Dialogue

    10-gide

  12. Sneaky Shoes: Inner and Outer Character Qualities

    11-Cadnum

  13. Friends or Enemies: Consistent Character Relationships

    12-Allen

  14. Set Up the Ending: Begin at the Beginning

    13-provost

  15. Bang, Bang! Ouch! Scene Cuts

    14-Chandler

  16. Go Away! Take a Break

    15-hershey

  17. Signup for the Online Video Course

  18. Power Abs for Novels

    16-Atwood

  19. White Rocks Lead Me Home: Epiphanies

    17-scieszka

  20. The Final Showdown

    18-Brautigan

  21. One Year Later: Tie up Loose Ends

    19-fitzgerald

  22. Great Deeds: Find Your Theme

    20-Peck

  23. The Wide, Bright Lands: Theme Affects Setting

    21-Morrell

  24. Raccoons, Owls, and Billy Goats: Theme Affects Characters

    22-singer

  25. Side Trips: Choosing Subplots

    23-morrell

  26. Of Parties, Solos, and Friendships: Knitting Subplots Together

    24-lengle

  27. Feedback: Types of Critiquers

    25-goldberg

  28. Feedback: What You Need from Readers

    26-king

  29. Stay the Course

    27-Parker

  30. Please Yourself First

    28-dillard

  31. The Best Job I Know to Do

    29-allen

  32. Live. Read. Write.

    30-Bratslav

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