Brainstorm Your Novel Step-by-Step by Beth Barany

Brainstorm Your Novel Step-by-Step So You’ll Have Everything You Need to Start
Writing Your Story

Experienced writing teachers and award-winning novelists help you plan your novel in
this virtual worldwide event. 100% free.
A lot of our students at Barany School of Fiction share how challenging it is to begin a
novel. So I’ve created a tool I use to plan my novels every time. You can get access to this tool
too via our Plan Your Novel Party & Giveaway.
Once you sign up you’ll also get access to tools, handouts, checklists, and other goodies that will
help you plan your novel in bite-sized steps.
Follow these simple steps to get access to the Plan Your Novel Party & Giveaway:
1. Comment on this article saying “Yes.” This helps us get the message out and
gain some exposure. Thanks!
2. Head over to this page and enter your email to download your event ticket,
course pass, and other goodies. We’ll then send you a download link once we
confirm you’ve completed both tasks. Don’t worry, it’s an automatic process so
should happen in less than 5 minutes.
3. Optional: Follow me on LinkedIn, Twitter, or Facebook, if you’re interested in
more free activities and events in the future.
Between us and our students, several dozens of novels have been written and published using our
tools. We know these methods work because many writers have used them to successfully
complete their novels.
These tools are fun and can be incorporated into a busy life. They will help you brainstorm your
novel step-by-step—from character development to plot structure to story themes and world
building. So by the end of the party, you’ll have everything you need to start writing your story.
WHO ARE WE?
We are award-winning, best-selling novelists, who have worked with hundreds of writers to help
them get their novels written and published.

Happily married for over 17 years, we’re passionate about writing, story telling, and guiding
authors to achieve your dreams.
Together we have written and published 25 books, plus 3 audio books. We even have
books coming in translation. Together and separately, we have taught thousands of students
over the years, in both the public and private sector, including overseas in Paris, France, and
locally in the San Francisco Bay Area. We both teach (and in Beth’s case, coach) and are
working on writing and publishing our novels.
If you’re curious to learn more about Barany School of Fiction, go here.

If you’d like to get a one-on-one consultation with an experienced writing coach, go here.
If you’d like ongoing group support with other genre novelists, check out our 12-month
program here.
Remember, click this link once you’ve commented “YES.”
WHAT YOU GET
♦ An All-Access Pass to “7 Keys to Story Planning” course
♦ The companion ebook “7 Essential Keys to Planning Your Novel”
♦ A Party Checklist to help you create a fun day with your friends, plus
some surprise party favors!
♦ Surprise tools coming in Party Packs!

♦ An invitation to the live virtual event on Facebook where you’ll to get ask
questions to the experienced instructors of the “Plan Your Novel” course
♦ A ticket for the Grand Prize Giveaway! Grand Prize is a ticket into the “Plan
Your Novel” Oct. 2017 live course ($99 value). Other prizes will be offered too!
GRAND PRIZE GIVEAWAYS INCLUDE:
We’ll be awarding these prizes on Sept. 23rd, so be sure to sign up before then.
♦ Win a license to the popular and versatile writing software, Scrivener. ($45
value)
♦ Win a pass to the “From Premise to Plot: Easy Story Structure for Plotters
and Pantsers” course with Lynn Johnston. ($97 value)
♦ Win an All-Access Pass to this live course October 1-31, 2017, taught by
Beth and Ezra Barany. ($99 value)
♦ Win a one-on-one hour-long Scrivener consultation with Vanessa Kier. ($75
value)
♦ Win a “Diagnostic Edit” from Sue Brown-Moore. ($125 value)
♦ Win an all-access pass to the “The Partridge Method: How to Write Your
Christmas Novella in 12 Days,” a home study course taught by Britt Malka.
($49 value)
Remember, click this link once you’ve commented “YES.”
Happy Writing!
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this fun and free event.
c. 2017 Beth Barany All Rights Reserved
This article first appeared on LinkedIn.

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