Hoping to publish a novel you’ve written someday? There are some things you can do to help make the process easier. Karen Watson, Tyndale’s fiction publisher, shared some tips authors should consider if they want to publish a novel someday or are writing one during National Novel Writing Month this
It’s National Novel Writing Month! Take a break from writing and get some tips below from five published novelists—they might be just what you need to successfully pen your novel during NaNoWriMo (or any other time!).
Author and former police officer Janice Cantore has written numerous romantic suspense novels designed
What’s NaNoWriMo, some of you may ask? It stands for National Novel Writing Month. Yup. People write 50,000-word novels in a month. Not yours truly, but some crazy, die-hard, devoted, energetic writers—like Sarah Rubio, an editor for children and nonfiction at Tyndale House.
Hey there, readers! Have you ever heard of National Novel Writing Month (commonly called NaNoWriMo)? Writers, both new, published, and in-between all try to write an entire novel is just ONE MONTH every November.
To support their efforts, there will be new writing tips from #Crazy4Fiction authors on our Facebook …