Create a Bestselling Idea
for Your Novel With Confidence

  • Do you sometimes feel that your idea for your novel isn't strong enough?
  • Have you been tempted to change your idea midway through writing your novel?
  • Do you have trouble explaining your idea to others concisely in a way that expresses the true essence of your story?

That's because you need more than a mere idea. You need a fully developed, well-thought-out CONCEPT for your novel.

That's right. Your idea is a start but it's ONLY a start.

In three workbook exercises, I'll guide you through the steps that I used to turn my ideas into concepts for my seven bestselling novels. (See sample workbook pages below.) I will show you how to expand your idea into a compelling concept by developing your main character's mission or goal and adding an enticing conflict that will hook your readers. Conflict is the most important element in any story and it's crucial that you get it right. 

After selling nearly a million copies of my books worldwide and hitting all the major bestseller lists, I’ve learned a lot about creating winning concepts for novels, and in How to Create a Bestselling Idea for Your Novel  I show you exactly how I do it. No more wondering if your idea is strong enough to attract and hold readers. No more doubting yourself to the point of giving up halfway through writing your novel.  You’ll learn how to create compelling ideas--and concepts--with confidence and clarity, so you can write the novel you dream of writing.

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Connie Briscoe is the author of seven novels and one novella and co-author of one nonfiction book.

Her first novel, Sisters and Lovers, sold wildly all across the globe. It hit many bestseller lists including the Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, Boston Globe, USA Today,  and Essence magazine.

Another one of her novels hit many bestseller lists as well, including the New York Times.