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May 6 2007 Fiction Writing Newsletter


Fiction Vision Newsletter

brought to you by BellaOnline

Volume 2, Edition 14

6 May 2007


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In this issue:

- The Weekend Novelist - Review

- Self-publishing options

- Related links

- Previous articles

- On the forum

- Fiction Writing Shop


The Weekend Novelist - Review

The concept behind The Weekend Novelist is very interesting - if you're working full time and only have the weekends free to write your novel, this is supposedly the plan to work from to produce a novel in 52 weekends. Unfortunately, The Weekend Novelist achieves something quite different.†

Read this review


Self-publishing options†

You're in good company if you decide to go the self-publishing route. Tolstoy and James Joyce, amongst many others, were once self published. But, as with anything that involves the dreams of others, the self publishing industry attracts its share of those who see a way to exploit the unwary.

Read this article


Related links and articles

Print on Demand technology


Previous articles on the Fiction Writing site†

Crafted writing

Formatting your submission to agents and publishers


On the Fiction Writing forum

In a strange co-incidence, author Jodi Picoult wrote a novel about a high school shooting incident. This novel, called Nineteen Minutes, was published on 6 March this year, just over a month before the Virginia events. Even though her book had nothing whatsoever to do with the Virginia shooting, how do you imagine she feels about life imitating art? Have your say on the forum!


Fiction Writing Shop at BellaOnline

Visit the Fiction Writing Shop at BellaOnline for gift ideas to spoil yourself or a friend, or to invest in books to improve your writing craft.†

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