Each year, as countless determined writers, both aspiring and professional, look at November as National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, we put together a grab bag of helpful books that cover all aspects of writing, from craft, to business, to indie publishing, to marketing. This year is no exception.
Presenting a world-class StoryBundle of 16 books that will help you up your game as a writer. In order to write your novel in a month or less, you need to develop a plan and increase your productivity. We've got several titles to do just that—C. Michelle Jefferies has the 30 Day NaNoWriMo Prep Book, while Monica Leonelle offers a slightly different take with Novel Writing Prep: A 30-Day Planner That Prepares You To Write 50,000 Words in One Month.
Once you've got a plan, pump up your output with The No-Nonsense, No BS Guide to Putting Words on the Page by Natasha Khullar Relph and Be a Writing Machine by Michael La Ronn. Kevin McLaughlin shows you how to find more time to write in The Coffee Break Novelist, while Joanna Penn and Mark Leslie Lefebvre help you take care of yourself while you crank out the words in The Relaxed Author.
Next step is to massage those words into something worth reading. The Survival Kit for Writers Who Don't Write Right by Patricia McLinn will help out, and for more specific techniques, check out Sacha Black's 8 Steps to Side Characters and Ian Madison Keller and Mary E. Lowd show you how to write animals in Furry Fiction Is Everywhere.
And now to get published! My own offering in this StoryBundle is a new book, Slushpile Memories: How NOT to Get Rejected, detailing my years of experiences on both sides of the slushpile, as author and as editor, and the worst amateur mistakes that will get your story rejected out of hand.
If you're interested in producing the book yourself as an indie publisher, you have a whole industry to learn. Start out with C. A. Price's A Simple How-To Guide for Indie Publishers and The Indie Author's Bible by Christopher D. Schmitz.
Getting into more of the nitty-gritty, Craig Martelle offers The Successful Indie Author: Release Strategies and Tao Wong has Marketing Strategy for Authors. For a really deep dive into emails and newsletters, we even offer specific books by Andrea Pearson, Killer Content: How to Write Emails that Get Your Books Downloaded, and Erika Everest, The Strategic Author's Guide to Mailerlite.
The 2021 Novel Writing Tools Storybundle runs through the entire length of National Novel Writing Month and will be available until the beginning of December. – Kevin J. Anderson
In addition, if you meet the bonus price, you can also get discount coupon codes for the ebook editing apps Jutoh 3 and Jutoh 3 Plus!
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For StoryBundle, you decide what price you want to pay. For $5 (or more, if you're feeling generous), you'll get the basic bundle of four books in any ebook format—WORLDWIDE.
If you pay at least the bonus price of just $20, you get all four of the regular books, plus TWELVE more books, for a total of 16! You also get two coupon codes for 50% and 75% off the book editing app Jutoh 3!
This bundle is available only for a limited time via http://www.storybundle.com. It allows easy reading on computers, smartphones, and tablets as well as Kindle and other ereaders via file transfer, email, and other methods. You get multiple DRM-free formats (.epub, .mobi) for all books!
It's also super easy to give the gift of reading with StoryBundle, thanks to our gift cards – which allow you to send someone a code that they can redeem for any future StoryBundle bundle – and timed delivery, which allows you to control exactly when your recipient will get the gift of StoryBundle.
Why StoryBundle? Here are just a few benefits StoryBundle provides.
StoryBundle was created to give a platform for independent authors to showcase their work, and a source of quality titles for thirsty readers. StoryBundle works with authors to create bundles of ebooks that can be purchased by readers at their desired price. Before starting StoryBundle, Founder Jason Chen covered technology and software as an editor for Gizmodo.com and Lifehacker.com.