One night, I got off of the treadmill, opened my laptop and began to type...and that's how my first novel began.
Read more about my accidental journey to become an author at Digital Pubbing, a super cool website that explores the ins and outs of publishing. Here's a sneak peak from #10 to #8. To read the full article, visit Digital Pubbing's site.
I never set out to write a book. I’m not a reader, so books aren’t part of my everyday life. But now that I’ve written five novels, it’s fun to look back at how it all began. Here’s a countdown from the beginning on my publishing journey.
10. I had a story rambling around in my brain. One night, I got off of the treadmill, opened my laptop, and began to type.
9. Two months later, I thought maybe I had written a book. I Googled the words: “What do you do if you think you wrote a book” and devoured the answers. I read blogs. I ordered “How To Get Published” books.
8. According to the blogs and books from #9, I had done everything wrong. So, I tweaked my manuscript.
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