Romance Novel Revision Checklist
The revision process can seem overwhelming. It often takes writers longer to revise than to write their romance novel. That doesn’t have to happen to you. Use this simple checklist to create your revision process. Never miss a step, submit the best novel possible.
Submitting your manuscript to agents and/or editors can be a daunting process. You’ve worked hard to write your romance novel and feedback and acceptance (or rejection) is a challenging process. Track your submissions with this handy template. You won’t miss any opportunities to follow up. The template helps you stay accountable to yourself and follow your romance writing (and publishing) dreams.
Affirmations Creation Worksheet
Turn your negative thoughts and limiting beliefs into powerful, positive, affirmations. A tool for fiction writers. Affirmations are power statements that embrace a positive, productive, and confident mindset. They turn your limiting beliefs upside down. Download this free step-by-step action oriented worksheet that will help you take each and every negative thought or limiting belief and turn it into a positive and empowering statement – a statement that will boost your confidence and help motivate you to achieve your writing goals.
Character Development Worksheet
Your characters are the foundation of your romance novel. Use this worksheet to define and clarify your characters. Use them as you begin to plan your story or as you’re writing to solidify each character and maintain consistency.
How to Write More Confidently
40 Life Changing Tips to Help You Write More Confidently Discover Your Inner Power and Achieve Your Writing Dreams. Every day I hear from fellow writers and aspiring writers. Many of them struggle with confidence. It affects their:
- Writing quality
- Writing productivity – procrastination is a sign of low confidence
- Writing enthusiasm and so much more…
It’s quite sad. These amazing writers could be feeling empowered and have a thriving writing career but confidence, or a lack thereof, is getting in the way. Many average writers have tons of confidence. They’re able to create, market, and profit from their books. Yet phenomenal writers draft manuscript after manuscript only to leave them half polished and covered in dust.
Confidence breeds success.