Utilizing Jennie Nash's step-by-step revision project plan, you will practice your self-editing skills on one chapter of your novel so you can feel confident about moving forward with the whole thing. You’ll begin by considering a book you didn’t love and cultivating the revision mindset. After watching Jennie’s 90-minute video lesson on her revision process, you’ll go through deep dive lessons on the one-page book summary, the two-tier outline, the chapter audit, and the manuscript audit. Worksheets with specific revision tools such as the Stoplight Strategy help you create an actionable plan, and can be reused for future manuscripts. You’ll also find three hours of bonus videos including Jennie’s Four Perspectives Theory of Revising presentation, and two “behind the scenes” interviews with writers who have taken this course. How to Revise a Novel is self-paced and can be taken anytime.
Jennie Nash is the founder and CEO of Author Accelerator, a company on a mission to lead the emerging book coaching industry. Author Accelerator has trained more than 100 book coaches in both fiction and nonfiction through their Book Coach Certification Program. Jennie’s own book coaching clients have landed top New York agents and six-figure book deals with traditional publishing houses such as Penguin, Scribner, Simon & Schuster, and Hachette, and won dozens of national indie book awards. Client KJ Dell’Antonia’s book, The Chicken Sisters, became an instant New York Times bestseller and Reese Witherspoon Book Club pick in 2020. In 2021, client Jenn Lim’s book, Beyond Happiness, became a Wall Street Journal bestseller. Jennie is the author of 10 books in 3 genres. The most recent is Blueprint for a Book: Build Your Novel from the Inside Out. Visit her at jennienash.com, bookcoaches.com, and authoraccelerator.com.
"I wish I had found this course and Jennie Nash sooner! Even though I had a sense of what needed to be done before I started revising, Jennie's tools and techniques have made it possible for me to zero in on what really matters. Thank you!"
- Mabel Ferragut Smith, writer