More Than Meets the Eye by Tonya Preece
All The Yellow Suns by Malavika Kannan
Roxanna Elden shares what it was like to go from nonfiction to novel, and from novice to fighting-sophomore-slump author.
You wrote your 50,000 words (or got pretty close!). Now what? The ninth annual NaNoWriMo Pitchapalooza gives you a chance to get feedback on your pitch. The winner will receive an introduction to an agent or publisher appropriate for his/her manuscript.
We picked May Cobb’s brain about writing, rejection, and how she navigated the stormy seas of the publishing world to get successfully published.
Jane Friedman talks writing, publishing, and what it takes to flourish in the brave new world of books. Her book The Business of Being a Writer is out now.
We have helped hundreds of writers get successfully published through our workshops and our book, The Essential Guide to Getting Your Book Published. In Fall 2018, we are opening up our home and taking to the web to host two six-week master classes that will be tailored to the books of the eight writers who participate. Learn more.
We had such a blast with this year’s National Novel Writing Month Pitchapalooza. So many pitches with AWESOME imagination and an ASTOUNDING display of talent. And the winner is…
We are opening up our home to host an eight-week master class that will be tailored to the books of the eight writers who participate. Come work with us.
Nano Nation delivered yet another batch of pulse-pounding pitches! What story intrigues you? What pitch would prod you from the couch to the bookstore? The pitch that receives the most votes by 11:59 p.m. PDT on April 1, 2018 will be awarded the Fan Favorite.