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 now in its 20th anniversary edition. 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.