Completing a book in three months, start to publication, is do-able, but probably not recommended. Not unless you have exactly six things in your pocket. I'll get to what those are in a minute....
02.17.2017 | Kansas City, MO Visit kristinhelling.com for contact details, review copies, photos, and an author bio. The Altruism Effect Book One in the Mastermind Murderers Series Release date: March 07, 2017 Hey Guys! The next Wordwraith Books novel to launch will be my thriller, The Altruism Effect- Book One in the Mastermind Murderers … Continue reading Newest Launch for Wordwraith Books
The plethora of memes out there right now hailing 2016 as the worst year ever is staggering. Everywhere you look on social media, people are ready to be done with 2016 and start anew in 2017. Generally, the outlook for 2017 is positive ... most people are going into 2017 with the idea that 2017 … Continue reading Dear 2016, Checkmate!
This post has been cross-posted from J. R. Frontera's author blog, but as all of us Wordrwraiths had quite a challenging year this year for National Novel Writing Month, we thought we'd share it here, too. Because in the end, we ALL still won! How did that happen? Read on to find out! 2016 … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2016: How I Survived the November From Hell
What is it? Need a book cover? None of the pre-made covers you’ve scrolled through are fitting the vision for your story? Don’t want to break the bank commissioning an illustrator? 99 Designs is a great alternative. And I wanted to try it for myself. First off, what is it? 99 Designs is a website … Continue reading 99 Designs for Book Covers
Today we are thrilled to have Melody Meiners guest posting for us on the subject of ghostwriting! Melody herself is a ghostwriter-for-hire, as well as a freelance writer and editor! Read on to learn more about the mysterious ghostwriter profession! Survey any college writing program’s student on their post-graduation goals. If you find one, just one, person who says they plan to go into ghostwriting I … Continue reading 3 Questions People Always Ask About Ghostwriting
I thought I was through with writing.In November, I “won” NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) by putting down 50,000 words over 30 days. With Christmas coming up, I figured I would take a writing break until the New Year. However, that one month break spread into January and then February. I wrote sporadically at best; … Continue reading Crossing the Sahara (it goes better in groups!)