Maybe you’re playing with the idea of writing a novel or you’ve decided to write a 50,000-word novel in a month. Would you like to know what you’re getting yourself into? NaNo Writer’s Survival Guide describes what really happens as novelists write their novels, detailing the ups and downs of writing a novel in thirty days, including what to do, what not to do, and when all is said and done—and written—there is information provided on how to publish your book and bring it into the world. Inside this writer’s survival guide—which offers you everything you need to know, and probably more than a few things you don’t want to know—you’ll find:
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Good Morning, Breakfast offers thirty delicious recipes, served with some cheerful “sunny-side-up thoughts” to start your day off right. From eggs and omelets, coffee cakes and muffins, to quickie breakfasts and leisurely brunches, you’ll begin your day with the best breakfast, ever!
How to name your novel and create a colorful cover;
30 ways to write your novel—how to make it happen;
Tips and tricks for writing a novel in 30 days;
A 30-day doubt dialog, for when you need a kick in the butt;
Meeting your muse and what to do if your muse goes missing;
How to up your word count and make your words count;
Motivating yourself with carrot sticks—punishment and reward;
How to turn your messy manuscript into a beautiful book;
How to get your book published or self-publish; and
How to grow your book into a bestseller.
Since even crazy writers have to eat, there are thirty quick and easy recipes for make-ahead meals, 30-minute meals, and crock pot dinners. Black and white clip art is included throughout the book, as well as writerly words of wisdom.