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  • Mandi Konesni It's October 29th. That means.... NanoWriMo is almost here! Eek! The first year I was a pantster with no planning. The second year, I was a plantster... some planning, but not really a whole outline or anything. This year, I took the plunge and have transformed into a full-on planner. I utilized OneNote and my plotting book NovelCraft to create an online outline. I plotted out my characters, locations, settings, etc. I feel more ready than I ever have, but the days leading up to Nano are always nervous ones... have I planned enough? Am I prepared enough? Do I have all my snacks, drinks, and things in hand? We'll see!
    October 29, 2018

  • Hydrawolf Donna has gotten out of surgery and is in recovery now :)
    July 13, 2017

  • Jennifer Hi All! I'm a UF, PNR, Fantasy author that just joined here less than a minute ago! I can't wait to meet you all!
    April 13, 2018

  • Toni Abraham Hi, new to the group and need some advice, I have written a novel, the first in a trilogy. I write romantic/erotica and also have some ideas for a few horror books. I have no agent or editor and have never been published. I want to know, what is the best way to get published? After writing my book, I sent the manuscript to several publishers and have had responses but they have said they don't have any interest in my book at this time. What are people's thoughts on self-publishing? I would rather just write and let someone else do all the menial work to get my stories out there. I am so confused about the publishing world and what it entails. Any advice I get is greatly appreciated, as I've hit a wall on what to do next. Thanks in advance :)
    November 2, 2017