Writing The Bestseller:
Romantic And Commercial Fiction
Jane Porter (Editor), and
Rebecca Lyles (Editor)
Is there a great book in you? Or several great books?
Writing the Bestseller offers practical advice and wisdom from a dozen successful authors who have sold hundreds of thousands of books, experiencing all the ups and downs of the publishing industry. What to do, what not to do, as romance and commercial fiction have their own rules.
Writing the Bestseller doesn’t sugarcoat the work involved. Instead, authors who’ve been there tell you how to understand the genre and reader expectations. The rewards of writing a bestseller are worth the effort, and these authors share what they’ve learned over the years so you, too, can succeed in today’s competitive market.
“A master class in writing compelling and unforgettable fiction. Writing the Bestseller deserves a spot right beside your keyboard…” – Elizabeth Boyle, NYT bestselling author of LOVE LETTER FROM A DUKE and IF WISHES WERE EARLS.
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Do you write romance, or any commercial fiction for that matter? If your answer is yes, if you’re an author, or an aspiring author, this is the book you need at your side.
This amazing new writer’s guide to writing a romance or commercial fiction novel will make you feel even more confident about your work and assist you on starting yourself on the path to writing a manuscript that will surely gain the attention of editors and readers alike.
With chapters on getting your attitude to a place where you’ll feel the desire to write, to setting your goals, creating characters with not only your head, but your heart, and using yourself to understand your characters along with information about today’s market. you’ll be eager to start writing. These wonderful ladies even give you great advice on writing hot, steamy sex scenes. With WRITING THE BESTSELLER: ROMANTIC AND COMMERCIAL FICTION by Editors Jane Porter and Rebecca Lyles at your side, you’ll be on your way in no time. They’ve pooled their talents, experience, and publishing know how and are giving it to us. This is a must have guide for understanding the breakdown of plot, scene progression, and building dramatic tension, even crafting the perfect Alpha hero.
Check it out for yourself. The Kindle edition is a bargain, and if you’re like me and don’t have a Kindle, that’s okay because it can be right at your fingertips at all times on your Kindle app. Check it out, if you only have one reference book at your side, this is the one you need.
Writing The Bestseller: Romantic And Commercial Fiction by Editors Jane Porter and Rebecca Lyles, Amazon Digital Publishing, available now in ebook format at Amazon.