Is there a great book in you? Or several great books?
Writing the Bestseller offers practical advice and wisdom from a dozen successful authors who have sold hundreds of thousands of books, experiencing all the ups and downs of the publishing industry. What to do, what not to do, as romance and commercial fiction have their own rules.

Writing the Bestseller doesn’t sugar-coat the work involved. Instead, authors who’ve been there tell you how to understand the genre and reader expectations. The rewards of writing a bestseller are worth the effort, and these authors share what they’ve learned over the years so you, too, can succeed in today’s competitive market.

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This article has 3 comments

  1. J.M. Kelley

    Informative and Engaging As a writer, I am always open to words of wisdom from other novelists, and that is how this book should be viewed: Helpful information shared by writers who have been there, done that. At the stage of the game I am in, this is information that I know already, but sometimes a person needs a jolt to the (writing) system. You understand the rules, but you get so mired in the little details of manuscripts, deadlines, and line-edits that stepping back and allowing someone else to share their process…

  2. Eliza120

    Great read about writing a book Writing The Bestseller: Romantic And Commercial Fiction is a great read about writing a book.I enjoying reading it. Even though I’m not an author.I read a lot of romance novels and I was curious to how it was done and that’s why I grabbed a copy.The funny thing is that I really wished that I was a writer when reading this book. It’s so fun and light and easy to understand. I enjoying reading it. Even though I’m not an author it almost made me wish I was. It had me…

  3. Anonymous

    I felt my writing was lacking in the romance department, so I read this. It helped me get the ideas flowing. Yes, some of the information you’ve heard before if you’ve read any books on writing, but I find when I re-read these ideas while keeping my specific project in mind, it’s very helpful. It gave tips from several authors and examples. Some of the info. you may not have heard if you haven’t read anything specific to romance writing. At times it hurt my feminist sensibilities, but I kept in…

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