Well it seems I have been blogging less to get ready for the Magic Month of November. You know ‘National Novel Writing Month‘. How do I prepare? Pretty much by reading everything available for advice and direction. Thinking about chapters, beginnings and endings and of course middles. Its the middles that have me in awe and I am pretty curious as to how I will handle it.
There are those of you that are already wonderful writers – well I guess pretty much everyone in my FITFS group of heroes. So I got to wondering if any of the NANOWRIMO creations have ever been published. Guess what? Lots have so I am including the link here and also listing them below. Because guess what?
When I need encouragement. When I need hope. When I need to know success is possible. Well – all I have to do is look here!
I have copied the list from the Office of Letters and Light as also found in the link above.
J. Rose Allister— (Note: Contains adult content) Their Secret Paradise (Eternal Press, 2009), Kata Sutra (Siren Publishing Inc., 2010), and A Grand Seduction (published under Lisa Logan by Eternal Press, 2009). Contact: jroseallister.com
Kathy Cano-Murillo— Love Shine (Grand Central Publishing, 2007) Contact: www.CraftyChica.com
Dave Casler— The Story of the Great American Flying Broomstick, Book 1: Genesis (Mt. Sneffels Press, 2007). Contact: www.americanflyingbroomstick.com
Lisa Daily— The Dreamgirl Academy (Plume/Penguin Putnam, 2008). Contact: stopgettingdumped.com
Martine Daniel— Legacy of Lies (Chipmunka Publishing, 2010). Contact: martinedaniel.co.uk
Cecile Duquenne— Entrechats (Voyen, 2010). Contact: entrechats.over-blog.net
Hallie Durand— No Room for Dessert (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2012). Contact: authors.simonandschuster.com/Hallie-Durand/46783748
Julia Durand— Segredos do Submundo: A Herdeira (Minerva Coimbra, 2010). Contact: minervacoimbra.blogspot.com/
Mette Finderup— Blink: En kærlighedsroman (Gyldendal, 2009). Contact: www.finderup.dk/blink
Colin Fullerton— Like A Road (Blaurock Press, 2008). Contact: www.blaurockpress.com
Rebecca Hart— Call of the Sea (Inkspell Publishing, 2012). Contact: rebeccahartwriting.com
Liz Hegarty— Salt River (Scholastic New Zealand, April 2009). Contact: www.scholastic.co.nz
Harry Hol—Bagage (L.J. Veen, 2010).
Kimberly Llewellyn— Cashmere Boulevard (Berkley Books, 2007). Contact: www.KimberlyLlewellyn.com
Prem Rao— It Can’t Be You (Cedar Books/Pustak Mahal). Contact: http://itcantbeyou.com/
K.C. Shaw— Jack of All Trades (Ancient Tomes Press, 2009). Contact: www.kcshaw.net
L. Neil Smith— Sweeter Than Wine: A Story of Love, Sleuthing and Vampires (Arc Manor/Phoenix Pick). Contact: www.elneil.com
Diana Sousa— Início (Temas Originais, 2010). Contact: www.temas-originais.pt
J.H. Trumble— Don’t Let Me Go (Kensington, 2011).
Pamela Turner— Death Sword (Lyrical Press, 2011). Contact: PamelaTurner.net
Nora Zelevansky— Semi-Charmed Life (St. Martin’s Griffin, 2012).
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