How To Write a Novel

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  1. theBbOoSsSs on December 26th, 2013

  2. scottishjon1 on December 26th, 2013

    People who write books only to make money are blockheads.

  3. bryngOneOn on December 26th, 2013

    how does that proverb go about if you stick an infinIte amount of monkeys
    in front of a typewriter for an infinite amout of time, eventually one will
    submit the entire works of shakespeare. SO MY TIP TO WRITING A NOVEL IS TO

  4. Jaqshit on December 26th, 2013

    this link takes you to a domain for sale,

  5. James Samson on December 26th, 2013

    what a load of crap

  6. ThePostRockProject on December 26th, 2013

    emphasising on the part where it says “don’t waste another minute”. Well
    your video wasted that minute.

  7. 44bucks on December 26th, 2013

    wtf? This isn’t helpful at all! Pfff….

  8. RatheadSyndicate on December 26th, 2013

    This was very stupid, I agree, but no good writer writes for money? That’s
    patently absurd. If they didn’t write for money, the WOULD be plumbers or
    fast food restaurant managers and they’d have a thousand desk drawers
    filled with brilliant novels no one else would ever read. It’s unfortunate
    that so many fledgling writers believe in the myth of “selling out.” Write
    for money, children! Make all the cash you can! It’s hard work! You deserve
    the compensation!

  9. sarah stone on December 26th, 2013

    First thing, don’t write your book in tiny font like this retard. Second,
    double space it and third–stop watching these stupid videos and write your
    book instead. Fourth. The only way it’s going to get published is if you
    submit it.

  10. WriterGirl457 on December 26th, 2013

    God! The music is terrible!

  11. votemichaelformaniac on December 26th, 2013

    Wait…is this a joke?

  12. ObeyBunny on December 26th, 2013

    Hay, I keep seeing errors on youtube. 5 comments down, I see this:
    onclick=”voteComment(‘NOfMpyqMRBVHG6WrWFW4GyI9rQJ2Aul_JmFWIzKzD0g’, ‘H8

  13. manthasagittarius on December 26th, 2013

    Jeebus. If you want to write a novel, first of all you have to stop banging
    on that piano. It takes at least one free hand for the pen.

  14. bertini51 on December 26th, 2013

    wow, that was a wast of time and helped with nothing

  15. Ramphas on December 26th, 2013

    Exactly! That’s what I keep telling people and they don’t get it! My goal
    is not to get rich; my goal as a writer is to tell a story which people can
    fall in love with. I’m glad you share the same viewpoint. This video is
    very lame.

  16. ObeyBunny on December 27th, 2013

    Hmm… It was an ad. I thought it was going to be a screamer. The way it
    utterly lacked content and that agitated tempo in the piano music. It
    looked like it was building up to be a pop-out-and-scare-you moment.

  17. Gsmash4real on December 27th, 2013

    That was one minute and five seconds totally wasted!

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  20. raven traylor on December 27th, 2013

    You’re not kidding

  21. ccv707 on December 27th, 2013

    Pointless video. Want to be a writer? Here’s the secret: READ and WRITE.
    The end.

  22. Kester2020 on December 27th, 2013

    Yup. Clue’s in the title. if you want to be a ‘writer’ then write. Pick up
    a pen, or write in Word, or Final draft or whatever. It does take time, and
    it is a labour of patience and love, whatever you’re writing. When asked,
    one writer said, “The secret to writing? It’s easy. I just stare at a blank
    piece of paper until blood comes out my forehead.” And the only reason I’m
    even on here now is because I’m avoiding my own work. Must say though, this
    advert, posing as a video is a piece of shit…

  23. ultradumbass on December 27th, 2013

    the trick to being a good novelist is to have the entire story planned out
    in your head before you start writing it. it does sometimes work that i can
    type something off the top of my head, but i usually won’t do that because
    if i suddenly realize a flaw or that i could have made the idea better, it
    will be frustrating as hell to have to re-edit the whole thing.

  24. raven traylor on December 27th, 2013


  25. raven traylor on December 27th, 2013

    Got that right!

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