This is a sampling of the content in M1-S105 – How to write a KILLER Book Outline
How to Create a Crime and Mystery OUTLINE
Your outline makes a strong emotional connection with your readers and serves as a road map for how to get them to their destination in the safest and most reliable manner. Your outline creates a structure for your research, characters, and plot that will enable you to finish your project more quickly without sacrificing creativity.
Many authors have writer’s block and lose their sense of direction. Regardless of their genre, by using outlines, an author can spot any dead-end ideas and issues before they become annoying and embarrassing plot holes. This is because outlines help you identify your protagonist/hero character and the problems or conflicts they must face.
In this lesson, you will learn how to create a Crime & Mystery Novel by using the 3 Act Outline technique.
STEP 1. Click the “Download Your PDF Handout Button.” It will redirect you to a new page where you can click the download icon to save this PDF Handout to your computer. Create a folder specifically for saving your ideas and save your PDF template in it.
STEP 2. Open the downloaded PDF handout in a PDF viewer
STEP 3. Save your files in your handout’s ideas computer folder so you can refer to them again and again.
Do you want to learn more now that you’ve tried the sampling? Do you want to learn something new and find out more ways to make an outline that doesn’t kill your creativity and helps you develop your book’s main idea in a powerful way?
With this course you’ll get fantastic interactive worksheets for the following outlining methods: 3 Act Outline, 7 Plot Outline, Snowflake Outline, Freytag Outline, Hero’s Journey Outline, Dean Koontz Outline, and Story Grid Outlines. You will also get outline examples for romance, fantasy and science fiction, as well as memoir, sports fiction, non-fiction, and a trilogy.
M1-S105 How To Write a KILLER Book Outline
This option may be right for you if you want a more focused learning experience. This course will teach you how outlines may help you organise your story ideas and material as a writer, detect gaps and evident flaws in your stories, and find solutions to keep on track. Your outline is intended to be a guideline, not a detailed spreadsheet or a set of rigid restrictions. You have the ability to modify and adapt as you go along. This is why knowing what’s important and what’s not should be mandatory. With 17 lessons, you’ll have the opportunity to learn at your own pace and review the material as many times as you need to fully understand the concepts.
If you buy this course, you’ll be well on your way to acquiring new skills and knowledge in no time!