Should You Fast-Draft Your Novel? — Well-Storied. Early on this year I was perusing the Internet for possible writing workshops that might kick my butt into gear, and I stumbled upon a gem taught by editor and author extraordinaire Candace Havens. Seriously, with those numbers, just pass me the Kool-Aid. Fast-drafting is quite literally the process of writing the first draft of your novel or short story, novella, etc. as quickly as possible. No hesitation.
Ways to Write a Quality Book Quickly HuffPost The class is called The Book in a Month Club, and it promises to help writers write a book in fourteen days, followed by two weeks of revisions. I really wish I could tell you that I mastered the art of the Fast Draft and ended the two weeks of class with a completed manuscript. It turns out that it’s not quite possible to turn the slowest writer on the planet into a person who completes entire books in two weeks. I learned some incredibly helpful lessons from my two weeks in Fast Draft hell, ands I’m here to share them with you. Label each of these lines with a chapter topic. Then draw lines off the spokes for the sub-points of those ideas. This wheel or these wheels give you a map over the overall book. Your idea wheel serves as your book-writing GPS to get you to the destination by the quickest route.
The 9-Minute Novelist How to Write a Novel in Just Minutes a. Candace Havens has helped thousands of writers whip out a book in a month, and it’s said that nearly 30% of those writers go on to publish. FAMOUS FAST NOVELS. It's common knowledge that every year a bunch of perfectly mad writers challenge themselves to write 50,000 words.