One Way to Write a Novel


Amazon Digital Services
Language: English
August 3, 2010


Spilled Candy Traditional
January 2006



“Vicki Hinze’s One Way to Write a Novel is an excellent resource.  Since I tend to drown under collections of paper, I maintain Ms. Hinze’s suggested novel notebook electronically, and have found her techniques realistic and easy to follow.  The concise book emphasizes Ms. Hinze’s ‘techniques for creating memorable characters, plotting, using plot boards, avoiding common errors, building a novel notebook, formatting manuscripts, writing dialogue, handling pasting, testing the focus of the novel, and much more, all in a fun and organized way.’  ‘The fun and organized way’ is my favorite part.  And I found ‘Fictional Dream’ and ‘Common Errors to Avoid’ extremely helpful.  One Way to Write a Novel is definitely a recommended keep-on-your desk writing reference.”
— Kathy Elkins McGee

“If you’re looking for a concise handbook of novel writing tips and tricks, look no further than bestselling author Vicki Hinze’s One Way to Write a Novel.  This is a how-to book with heart.  Hinze’s philosophy is that we should do what we love, and clearly Hinze loves to share her knowledge of the craft of writing.  One Way to Write a Novel is a quick reference guide for both the beginner and the experienced novelist.  It belongs on every writer’s desk, in an arm’s reach, right beside Strunk and White’s The Elements of Style.”
— Novel Writer Magazine

“One Way?  More like the way.  Excellent.”–Kathy Carmichael

“Hinze is a master storyteller.  From plotting to polishing, she blazes the path to greatness.”  –Debra Webb


About Vicki Hinze
USA Today Bestselling and Award-Winning Author of 40+ books, short stories/novellas and hundreds of articles. Published in as many as 63 countries and recognized by Who's Who in the World as an author and an educator. Featured Columnist for Social-IN Worldwide Network and Book Fun Magazine. Sponsor/Founder of FMI visit

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