Stephen King's On Writing not only covers the business of publishing but the craft and mechanics of writing as well. I actually have a degree in Creative Writing and this book was one of the books listed in my syllabus for my Writing The Novel course. Any and all aspiring writer can do a lot worse than to read this book.
I'm not sure if you actually meant to ask for a novel ... but my favorite novel with at least a subplot about publishing is Another Country by James Baldwin.
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Do we need to have a college degree to become a novelist?
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