How to Write a Novel in 30 Days

Stephen Williams

Stephen Williams graduated from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia with a Bachelor of Arts in English and has been the Municipal Liaison for the Lexington Region of National Novel Writing Month for two years. Stephen has several manuscripts currently being edited and while he loves the process, understands the frustration and confusion that comes with approaching a rough draft. Stephen also operates a blog that has accumulated over a total of 40,000 views and has attended several literary conventions to learn about the editing and publishing process.

  • Venue:
    Jessamine County Public Library
  • Time:
    11:00 am - 1:00 pm
  • Meets On:
        Saturday, November 11
  • Address:
    600 S. Main St.
    Nicholasville, KY,
  • Cost:

With Stephen Williams.

This class takes place at the Jessamine County Public Library; call 859-885-3523 or visit to register.

Writing a novel seems to be a tremendous challenge, and writing a novel in a month seems impossible. But the writer in you can do it.  Forget clear sentences, a perfect plot with a clever twist, grammar, spelling, and even character development — all of that can be fixed in the next few drafts. Learn how to hit that coveted 50,000 words in a month by preparing for the challenge, setting small goals, and staying motivated when the story seems lost. Come learn how others have done it and the best approach for you.  [ALL LEVELS]