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Author and indie publisher Hamish MacDonald shows you how to write a novel, print and bind it yourself, then sell copies of it on the Web.

Author and indie publisher Hamish MacDonald shows you how to write a novel, print and bind it yourself, then sell copies of it on the Web.
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United States

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Author and indie publisher Hamish MacDonald shows you how to write a novel, print and bind it yourself, then sell copies of it on the Web.

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English


Episodes

DIY Book, Episode 10

10/26/2009
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A preview of the next series of podcasts which will teach you how to turn your finished work into a physical product you can share — in other words, a book!

DIY Book, Episode 9

9/23/2009
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At last, your beloved novel is finished! Here are a few final touches to add before you go on.

DIY Book, Episode 8

9/2/2009
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Serialise Like the Dickens. Your novel is underway, and sharing your work in progress can be a great way to keep it alive. But beware the lurking murderers!

DIY Book, Episode 7

8/25/2009
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In this episode, we look at ways to outsmart mental obstacles and get down to writing your novel.

DIY Book, Episode 6

8/5/2009
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How long will take you to write your novel? And how do you balance this with the rest of your life?

DIY Book, Episode 4

7/13/2009
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In this episode, you'll get to work defining what particular story you're telling, and starting to map it out.

DIY Book, Episode 3

5/29/2009
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This episode contains several exercises to help you define the characters who will populate your novel.

DIY Book, Episode 2

5/25/2009
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We take a look at the way ideas begin to connect after you've been gathering them for a while, the major story archetypes, and some ways to prepare for the task ahead.

DIY Book, Episode 1

5/12/2009
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In this episode, we take a look at where you’ll get the ideas that will ultimately become your book. This involves training yourself to notice and capture ideas, as well as finding a way to store them and work with them that's effective for you.