How to Write a Novel in Three Days.
NaNoWriMo? Pah. Try NaNoWriWeekend. Michael Moorcock is a highly influential English writer. His career has mostly specialised in fantasy and sci-fi, and whilst some of his novels have been highly literary, he was a firm exponent of sword-and-sorcery, particularly in the sixties and seventies. He has often commented on the craft of writing, but one of his most unique and interesting techniques is his plan for writing a book in three days. Michael Moorcock Anyway. First of all, it’s vital to have everything prepared. Elric with his evil, sentient, soul-drinking blade Stormbringer. You’ll also need to know the Lester Dent Master Plot Formula. Lester Dent’s penname is Kenneth Robeson. This is one opinion. It is opinion of one believing: 1—Majority of pulps are formula. 2—Most editors who say don’t want formula don’t know what they are talking about. 3—Some eds won’t buy anything but formula. The object on the bulkhead is a formula, a master plot, for any 6000-word pulp story. Lester Dent So. Note:
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