Wednesday, November 6, 2013

C. J. Darlington: Best Advice for Novelists

112 Christian Authors and Publishing Professionals Share Their Best Advice for Novelists

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Age Appropriate For: 
All Ages
Best for Ages: 15 and up

Description: Within these pages the most recognized names in Christian publishing share their personal answers to the question, “If you could say one thing to aspiring novelists, what would you say?” In the ever-changing publishing world, you must stay on top of your game to succeed. This book will give you a leg up, with practical tips and advice you can use on your novel writing journey.Includes advice from Karen Kingsbury, Frank Peretti, Ted Dekker, Jerry B. Jenkins, Josh McDowell, Liz Curtis Higgs, Francine Rivers, James Scott Bell, Terri Blackstock, Randy Alcorn, Melody Carlson, and many more!

When I started writing books, I often wished I could ask authors for their best advice. This book fulfilled those dreams. I only wish I had this book sooner.

The formatting of this book made it not only easy to read, but also a quick read. I was able to read and re-read the authors whose advice I found helpful, and I could quickly move on if an author had advice that wasn’t helpful.

The advice itself was great. Some of it was more helpful than other parts. Some of the advice made me smile, some made me think, and some drew me closer to God. No matter what stage of writing you are in, this book has advice and encouragement that is relevant to you.
One of the things that sets this book apart from many other books is that it gives advice from editors, agents, and other people in the publishing industry in addition to that from authors.

I highly recommend that every author get a copy of this book. I would also like to thank C. J. Darlington for putting this together.

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I received this book from the author in exchange for my honest review. I was under no obligation to write a positive review. The opinions in this review are entirely my own.

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