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Friday Ramblings From An Author-Writing a Novel in 30 Days

Another year of workshops is over and now it’s time to think ahead to next year and the new line up I have planned including the bootcamp style classes. I’m looking forward to teaching those.

Now with some extra time, I’ll be revamping my Web sites, setting up the writing coach service I’m hoping to launch soon, and doing more self-publishing.

Lots of talk about NaNoWriMo, and the interview I did last week inspired me to write an e-book. Just a short one, written yesterday. I think that’s the most I’ve achieved in one day and seems fitting that it’s on the topic of writing a novel in 30 days. One thing I love about self-publishing is you can get your book in the stores the next day. Here’s a look at the cover-

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It’s just 99 cents, on sale at Amazon, B and N, and Kobo. Hope lots of people find all the tips helpful and get inspired by the story of how I came to be a more productive writer.

I’m now 10,000 words into my WIP. It did take a backseat to some non-fiction work this week. I’m almost done with revamping three books that I’ll be self-publishing at the end of the month after I get the rights back. I’ll share the covers with you shortly.

Have a fun week and happy writing to all.

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4 thoughts on “Friday Ramblings From An Author-Writing a Novel in 30 Days

    1. Hi, if you’re interested in any of the workshops I’m teaching next year, you can look under the teaching schedule section on this site and I have them all listed there. Hope this helps but let me know if you need more info.
      Thanks for dropping by and following my blog-Susan.

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