Do you have 5 helpful suggestions to help struggling writers become better novelists? If so, what are they?
1) Read a lot. Read for pleasure and for learning about what works and what doesn’t work in fiction. Stephen King once wrote that if you don’t have time to read, you don’t have time to write.
2) Write a lot. Writers write. As John Grisham once told me and a group of other writers (at a conference), you should be able to write at least one page a day. One page a day is 365 pages in a year.
3) Set realistic goals.
4) Network with other writers.
5) Believe in yourself and don’t ever give up.
Excerpt from the author's blog post
THE BRIDE SERIES (BOOKS 1-3)
KINDLE #1 BESTSELLING SERIES IN HUMOR/ ROMANCE
(Over 50,000 copies sold in the first seven months of release)
A BUNDLE OF THREE BESTSELLING ROMANCE NOVELS IN THE BRIDE SERIES
***(Currently all three titles are in the Top 100 Bestsellers in Contemporary Romance)
Highlighting some of the author's books:
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Link to Top 100 Books Ranking (by genre) as rated by Reader (my other project)