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Evan Marshall

Evan Marshall always wanted to publish a novel. When he moved to New York City and became a literary agent, he surveyed commercial fiction bestsellers as a contributing editor for Writer’s Digest magazine. The novel-writing technique he invented integrates viewpoint writing and viewpoint character development with scene-by-scene plotting. His technique became known as The Marshall Plan® For Novel Writing (after his last name) and was published in The Marshall Plan® For Novel Writing (Writer’s Digest, 1998), a bestselling writing guide and instant classic. The Marshall Plan® For Novel Writing demystified novel writing for a massive audience and is the industry’s #1 go-to novel-writing technique for people who want to write a commercial novel fast.

Fans wrote to Evan suggesting The Marshall Plan® For Novel Writing should be software. Evan programmed the first version of The Marshall Plan® For Novel Writing Software, released in 2008. The latest release is NovelCreator™ (2018). Evan owns The Evan Marshall Agency, an independent literary agent specializing in fiction for more than 30 years. He is an internationally renowned expert on the path to writing a book..

Evan achieved his dream when he authored ten traditionally published titles, now ebooks #poweredbyindie and in KindleUnlimited, four in the Hidden Manhattan series and six in the Jane Stuart and Winky series, called “Miss Marple lite!” by Kirkus Reviews.

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Martha Jewett

Martha Jewett is an expert business book editor, ghostwriter, literary agent, editorial consultant, and content developer of NovelCreator™ novel writing software, based on Evan Marshall’s internationally bestselling The Marshall Plan® for Novel Writing (Writer’s Digest, 1998). The Marshall Plan® For Novel Writing demystified novel writing for a massive audience and is the industry’s #1 go-to novel writing technique for people who want to write a commercial novel fast. Martha held executive editorial positions at Warren, Gorham & Lamont, John Wiley & Sons, HarperBusiness and McGraw-Hill, where she earned the McGraw-Hill Corporate Award for Distinguished Editorial Achievement and acquired SPIN Selling by Neil Rackham, one of McGraw-Hill’s bestselling business books of all time. As an independent literary agent she represented The Starbucks Experience and The New Gold Standard by Joseph Michelli, The Six Fundamentals of Success and Cut To The Chase by Stuart R. Levine, and Don’t Retire, REWIRE! by Jeri Sedlar and Rick Miners. She graduated from Smith College and The Dana Hall School and grew up in Caracas, Venezuela, and Tokyo, Japan.