Novelists - published or not - chatting about beginnings, muddy middles, dang endings, what to do with it all. Please don't shout (all caps, big images) or post links on the main wall except as part of the conversation. Please do include modestly sized covers in "Our Published Novels"!
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Gather for a real-tiime chat on the first Wednesday of each month at 1 EST for topic-based discussions about writing and publishing novels. To join us, just log into She Writes and click on the "Main Room" at the bottom right of your page. It will pop up the "Main Room" box, with the ongoing chat and a place to speak up yourself. If no one is chatting when you arrive, do just say hello.
April 3 at 1 EST: Submission and Marketing Tips
I've noticed quite a few names I recognize around here. If you've published a novel or have one coming soon, do tell us about it here. Please feel free to put up a cover, but do please try to keep it…Continue
So, everything I have read indicates that it is imperative to have your WIP looked over by a professional prior to submitting to agents/publishers. Any good advice on how to find a reputable editor?…Continue
The rules are very simple:Here are the rules:• You post on your own blog or as a guest blogger on someone else's, and then invite others to participate.• Respond to the ten questions below about…Continue
So, following the advice I heard on a SheWrites webinar, I offered my novel, The Summer of France, free on Kindle this weekend, Saturday and Sunday. Before the free offering, I was ranked an abyssmal…Continue
I've noticed a few magazines that allow sections of novels to be published without having the rest of the book finished. I'm just wondering, if I do this, will it make it more difficult for an agent…Continue