At least, for ordering online in trade paperback and as Kindle and Nook editions. Bookstores are usually a little late to the party, but they may have it by now, as well. I’m guessing, though, it will be a bit down the road for them, a few days or a week or so.
Which new book? “Story Fix: Transform Your Novel from Broken to Brilliant“
Published by Writers Digest Books.
My goal with this book was, from the beginning, to write a fresh and immediately useful text on how to write and rewrite a novel, and make it unlike any book on the subject ever written. The craft and its glorious moving parts are presented in a completely different context, one that challenges as it illuminates, and there are specific exercises, definitions, checklists and examples to help you navigate these tricky waters.
Mostly, though, the book is about you, the author. About why we do what we do, in the vastly differing ways we do them, and why that may or may not serve you or even work at all. It’s not a book that sells outlining over pantsing, it’s a book about how to make any writing process more effective, and have that happen sooner rather than later, with fewer drafts and better drafts.
A Reviewer’s Perspective
Rather than pitch this any further to you myself, I’ve included one of the early Amazon.com reviews, which says it better than I’d dare attempt. She captured my intentions fully, and translates them for you from the reader/writer’s perspective.
By Sue Coletta on September 27, 2015