Is it polite to lead with a caveat? Here’s mine:
I just released my new ebook, “When Every Month is NaNoWriMo: Principles, Guidelines, Tips and New Thinking to Make Sure Your Novel Doesn’t Tank.” The caveat is that the book is a sequenced, buffed-up version of the 31 posts presented here in October… plus the linked reference posts (including various criteria lists and sample Prologues)… plus the ENTIRE ebook edition of “Bait and Switch” (my most successful novel, critically-speaking) for your reference and enjoyment.
Check the middle column of this site (top). You’ll see a new “ADD TO CART” button… just click it to get your copy. It’ll take you to Paypal, then (when you’re done there) to an E-Junkie page where you need to hit the DOWNLOAD button (easy to find), which will allow you to download it to your computer… where you’ll then need to SAVE it.
If you don’t save it, it’ll go away, so be sure to put it on your hard drive somewhere. The PDF is easy to read, easy to print, and easy to wrap your head around.
One context shift in this version… the material applies to non-NaNoWriMo projects as powerfully as it does the November experience. Guess you’d intuit that from the title, but it bears repeating. If your non-NaNoWriMo friends are looking for a solid and original guide to writing a better novel, hope you’ll point this out to them.
Oh… it’s $5.95.
Less than I originally quoted, mainly because the content is also available here, for free (other than the novel). If you’d like the whole thing bundled and accessible, then this is a good resource for you.
A Kindle version is also available.
Still cleaning up the Product Description (it takes Amazon a day or so to process revisions), but you can buy it for download to your Kindle HERE.
Some of you have asked for a hard copy version… will try to make that happen soon.
Thanks for your support. I hope your NaNoWriMo is going well, and that my stuff has helped you in some way.