Tips for Writing a Novel Outline that Tells the Whole Story
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Writania.com: An outline can be written as a summary of major events or chapter by chapter. How should you write a good outline?

Writania.com: An outline can be written as a summary of major events or chapter by chapter. How should you write a good outline?

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    • Writania.comAn outline can be written as asummary of major events or chapterby chapter. How should you write a good outline?
    • Writania.com Visit the literary agent’s website forsubmission guidelines and type of outline to provide.
    • Writania.com The novel outline tells exactly what happens in the story.Don’t dramatize or leave it as a mystery for aliterary agent or editor.
    • Writania.comStart by writing asummary of what happens in the beginning, middle, and end of eachchapter of your novel.
    • Writania.comAsk yourself these questions… • In the beginning... What is my lead character’s problem to solve?
    • Writania.com• In the middle... What obstacles do I foresee keeping her from solving the problem?• In the end... How does the lead character eventually solve the problem?
    • Writania.comDevelop more details from the summary. Andremember, an outline is not cast in stone; addscenes, take out those that don’t work, orrearrange scenes for more impact.
    • Writania.comIf you construct an outline as you write the novel, it is a a great tool for keeping track of details.
    • For more tips andinformation onwriting a novel, Writania.com