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  • 1. A Novel’s Journey Virtual Author Visit with Kate Messner www.katemessner.com
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  • 6. Where Do We Start? IDEAS!
  • 7. Where do you get ideas for your books? Imagine yourself there…
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  • 9. Where do you get ideas for your books? Write what you know…
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  • 20. Jean Talon Market, Montreal
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  • 37. Writing a Rough Draft
  • 38. Outlines and Organizers
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  • 42. Revision (not editing)
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  • 45. A Shrunken Manuscript Strategy Courtesy of Darcy Pattison http://www.darcypattison.com PINK = plot points GREEN = crush BLUE = Ruby ORANGE = funny bits with Ian YELLOW = place for the tree game
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  • 47. Submissions Process “ Please buy my book!”
  • 48. Rejections “ No, thank you.”
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  • 50. Revision (not editing)
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  • 57. Copy Edits (final proofreading)
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  • 61. What will the cover look like?
  • 62. What will the cover look like? (Take two!)
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  • 74. Walker/ Bloomsbury December 2010
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  • 77. The Star Spangled Setup
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  • 81. A Novel’s Journey Virtual Author Visit with Kate Messner www.katemessner.com

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