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Think You Have a Novel in You?

Then Get Out of Your Own Way

A lot of people, maybe even most, believe they have at least one novel in them—one story they’d like to tell. In truth, many of them actually do, if you believe the stats which indicate over a half million novels are published each year (in the United States alone).

Okay, so what’s standing in your way? You are, or at least there’s a very good chance you are the one blocking the way…

How many reasons (excuses) have you made as to why you haven’t written that novel? Let me list and then address some of the common reasons:

 

Terry W. Ervin II

Terry W. Ervin II

Terry W. Ervin II is an English teacher who enjoys writing fantasy and science fiction. Beyond his new release, Thunder Wells, his Crax War Chronicles (science fiction) includes Relic Tech and Relic Hunted, and his First Civilization’s Legacy Series (fantasy) includes Flank Hawk, Blood Sword and Soul Forge. His short story collection, Genre Shotgun, contains all of his stories previously published in magazines, ezines and anthologies.

When Terry isn’t writing or enjoying time with his wife and daughters, he can be found in his basement raising turtles.

To contact Terry, or to learn more about his writing endeavors, visit his website at www.ervin-author.com and his blog, Up Around the Corner.
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Author: Terry W. Ervin II

Terry W. Ervin II is an English teacher who enjoys writing fantasy and science fiction. Beyond his new release, Thunder Wells, his Crax War Chronicles (science fiction) includes Relic Tech and Relic Hunted, and his First Civilization’s Legacy Series (fantasy) includes Flank Hawk, Blood Sword and Soul Forge. His short story collection, Genre Shotgun, contains all of his stories previously published in magazines, ezines and anthologies. When Terry isn’t writing or enjoying time with his wife and daughters, he can be found in his basement raising turtles. To contact Terry, or to learn more about his writing endeavors, visit his website at www.ervin-author.com and his blog, Up Around the Corner.