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Ep 01: The #1 Step to Writing a Great Novel

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Learn what's the number #1 step you need to take today in order to write a great novel as a Christian writer. Spoiler alert: it's not what you think!

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What's the secret to writing a great novel? Does it have to do with plot, character development, strong dialogue, setting, etc.? What does a writer need to do in order to write a story that their reader will love reading? In this episode of The Business of Christian Fiction, Rachel dives into the number one step you as a Christian writer need to take in order to craft a novel worth reading.

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Rachel is an affiliate for some of the brands and products she references on her channel and podcast. As an Amazon Associate, she does earn from qualifying purchases. 

 

 

 

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