Because I Plan Ahead.

9 Tips For Successfully Planning Ahead – DAVID SUMMERTON CONSULTING

No, we aren’t done with The Weekend Novelist by Robert J. Ray, but it is never to early to look ahead. Especially if I have to find and buy any books. The list below are the books I HAVE in my own library. You will see books, ebooks, and a list of those we have already done. If you see one on the list you would like to review, let me know in the comments. If, however, the book you want or the topic is not included in the list- feel free to send me the name and I will look it up.

Book List for Blog

How to read more - Austin Kleon

  • Digital Marketing All-in-One for Dummies, A Wiley Brand, Book 2 Uncovering the Customer Experience
  • Get a Literary Agent by Chuck Sambuchino
  • On Writing by Stephen King
  • Getting Your Book Published for Dummies, A Wiley Brand by Sarah Parsons Zackheim
  • The Anatomy of Story by John Trudy
  • Building Believable Characters by Marc McCutcheon
  • The Writer’s Guide to Characters Traits by Linda N. Edelstein
  • A Troubleshooting Guide for Writers, Strategies and Process by Barbara Fine Clouse
  • Use Your Words, A Writing Guide for Mothers by Kate Hopper
  • Save the Cat! Writes a Novel by Jessica Brody
  • Writing Fiction that Sells by William F. Nolan
  • The Novel Writer’s Toolkit by Bob Mayer
  • Manuscript Makeover: Revision Techniques No Fiction Writer Can Afford to Ignore by Elizabeth Lyon

eBooks– eBooks are books too!

Microsoft's eBook store: When this closes, your books disappear ...

Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing Complete Guide by Steven Bright

Smashwords Style Guide, How to Format Your eBook by Mark Coker

The Ultimate Book Marketing Crash Course by Nicholas Erik

Effortless Writing, The Simple Way to Writer and Guarantee Remarkable Results by Kerry Miller

The Million Dollar Writer by Richard S. Gallagher

Creating Character Arcs by K.M. Weiland

Grit for Writers by Tamar Sloan

Fun to Write Fiction by Donna Monday

Book Publishing for Authors by Paul G. Brodie

The Lair’s Bible, A Good Book for Fiction Writers by Lawrence Block

* The Lair’s Companion, A Field Guide for Fiction Writers

How to Write a Fiction Novel in 30 Days or Less by Nicholas Black

Books We have Done

  • Take Off Your Pants by Libbie Hawker
  • How to Write Dazzling Dialogue by James Scott Bell
  • Digital Marketing All-in-One for Dummies, A Wiley Brand, Book One, Creating Your Digital Marketing Strategy
  • Around the Writer’s Block by Rosanne Bane
  • Personal Branding for Dummies, A Wiley Brand
  • The Weekend Novelist by Robert J. Ray

Let’s keep learning together.

Please remember that I am not trying to write this book for you word for word. I am skipping a lot of detail. I highly suggest you purchase the book and read between the lines.

Polish your sparkle and keep twirling.

Find joy. Be joy. Enjoy.

I’m always looking for new friends!

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Author: Ticia Rani

I am...interesting. I am a writer, dreamer, mom, wife, veteran, friend, villain, and the wearer of many hats, but I don't look good in hats- go figure. I LOVE TO WRITE. I want to tell stories. I want to make you laugh, cry, and scare the crap out of you, and make you ask "why the hell did you do that?" I want to make you cheer my characters on or want to shake the crap out of them for things they say and/or do. I want to bring you along for the ride. Ready? Set?...READ!!!

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