ReBlog – I want to try first person. It seems fun. I see another children’s book in my future.
This is a post by Novel Publicity President, Emlyn Chand/The world is full of would-be writers. Research conducted by independent, Michigan-based publisher, Jenkins Group, projects that a full 80 percent of people living in the U.S. say they would like to write a book. Quite ironically, this is the same percentage of Americans who failed to either buy or read a book within a single calendar year. What gives?
Source: Novel Publicity – Which point-of-view should you use to tell your story?
ReBlog – I need to learn how to do this.
This is a post by Novel Publicity President, Emlyn Chand/This next suggested step for wannabe writers is, in some ways, the easiest to do. In other ways, it is the most difficult. You’ve been doing this, at least in part, pretty much your entire life. Now you’re going to do it with an eye toward discovering yourself as a writer and ensuring that this new self is as amazing as it can be.Writer, you’re going to read.
Source: Novel Publicity – How to read with a writer’s eye
This is a post by Novel Publicity President, Emlyn Chand/By blurring the lines between avid reading and productive writing, you’ll make the transition far easier. A great first step for pursuing the craft of writing is to study up — pick up a book and read about it. Of course, you’re not limited to just books. There are countless blogs on the topic (like this one), and monthly subscriptions to periodicals such as “Writer’s Digest” and “The Writer” provide gads of great advice as well as a regular reminder that you need to get to work! But, I’d like to focus on some of the wonderful books that are out there — books that provide motivation, teach you the fundamentals, discuss rookie mistakes and spare no details on the brutality accompanying any attempt to get published.
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Source: Novel Publicity – Reading about writing: Some of the best reference guides