Writing a novel does not need a producer, director, cast, crew and £millions to bring it to life. Perhaps a story editor? Surely a killer designer for cover art? But really it’s you, your imagination and your computer.
Meet our panel of writers who have, for now at least, turned their talents to the novel. What have they learned on their journey to that first or second book? How did they get published? Did they need an agent? How did they escape the eBook and make it to book shelves in airports?
What tactics did these writers employ to achieve their goal? None of them simply wrote a manuscript and sent it off. All had a cunning game plan that paid dividends.
What tips, tricks and insights can they offer you to help you follow in their successful footsteps and find success as a novelist?
And maybe, just maybe, they will share the actual financial value too. How much can a novelist actually earn?
Appearing in this session
Credits include: Curly from Shirley, Skeletal
Credits include: The Hurting
Bionic blogger, script editor, author and the voice of new writers!
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