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How exactly does an author write a novel? Some will sit in front of the computer and start pounding away. Others will adopt a more methodical approach. Once that masterpiece is finished, how best to get it published?

In a series of essays, Writing Tips for Authors answers questions on planning and writing a novel, selecting a publisher, and venturing into the self-publishing game. The book might help you avoid some of the traps that lie for the unwary!

Published: Stefan Vucak on
ISBN: 9780987533654
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