How Do I Outline A Book?
I’m beginning Nightblade: Episode Three! In this episode I start the outlining process for the third episode in the Nightblade series! You voted on how the book would begin, and now I’m going to take that and run with it. I’ve also had some really exciting ideas about the rest of the season, so those will be discussed in the course of this video.
Welcome back to VlogaNovel, where I live-write a book and self-publish it, all on streaming web video! You can watch and see how to write a book, how to format a book for publishing, and get all kinds of behind-the-scenes details on Nightblade, my serialized heroic fantasy series, which you can’t find anywhere else!
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Have a 37-second LOL.
I only ever increase my queue-posts-per-day count when my queue doubles my followers.
Gettin’ close to about that time.
SO, you probably saw my post yesterday that Nightblade: Episode One is now permanently free everywhere! That means everyone can try the book series for free, which is GREAT!
BUT, did you know, if you read Episode One and like it—you can get Episode TWO for free as well? All you have to do is review Episode One on Amazon, and then fill out the form at the link below.
I do this because honest, insightful reviews—good or bad—are the ONE thing that can make or break an independent author’s career. Readers don’t always want to take a chance on an indie author, even if the book is free. But if they see what other people have to say about the book, they are EXPONENTIALLY more likely to check it out.
So far four people have already taken advantage of this offer, and I hope a lot more do the same! How about it? Have you read Episode One? Nothing would make me happier than giving you Episode Two for free in exchange for an honest review.
Seriously, that one of Thor. SERIOUSLY!
This is a thing AND IT’S MY FAVORITE THING!
I don’t get the point of toy parties. This is the 21st century. We have the internet. If I want to replenish my vibrator stash, I’ll use Google dammit.
As a non-vibrator-user I have a solemn question: why does a stash of vibrators need to be “replenished?” What force is acting upon your stockpile that would cause it to be reduced and thus need re-stocking? As far as I understand it, vibrators are relatively solid constructs of plastic and metal, designed for repeated uses unlike, say, a condom. And so I’m wondering what has caused “dildtrition,” as it were. Because I am picturing some particularly energetic sexual activity right now.
Not that that’s a bad thing. I’m simply curious.