I have unpublished all but one of my chapters of my novel. I am going to take one chapter at a time and work on it until it is ready to be read. I haven't done further editing to chapter one as yet. Please be patient with me, this is a novel in progress. And for those who want to know- I do not wish to publish this novel- I know the rules of publishing a book, as a have sent previous novels to publishers. I am now an indie novelist (independent novelist), sharing my novels with the public by other means, such as hubpages.
by Edweirdo7 years ago
I'm taking the plunge!I wrote a short novel about 15 years ago and it's been collecting dust ever since! It needs some serious tweaking, and I'm hoping that some good feedback from readers here will encourage me to keep...
by shape_shifter7 years ago
I just posted the first chapter of my novel, Critical Mass, and I'm going to post about two more chapters each week, while trying to direct agents and publishers to the site, as well as many new hubbers, and though I...
by CJ Baker2 years ago
Back in November I wrote a novel has part of NaNoWriMo. Is there anyone else in the same boat? If so, what do you plan on doing with your unpublished novel?Also I am possibly interested in either Beta readers or novel...
by Don Fairchild4 years ago
Do I need an agent as an unpublished author?Even though I am not necessarily a published author, should I have an agent signed up and ready to go, just in case?
by Marina3 years ago
Hi Hubbers! Please be sure to read today's blog post about spam and product capsules. In the post, I invite you all to ask questions in this forum thread. Paul E., Robin, and myself will be monitoring the thread over...
by Cecelia16 months ago
Would you publish a novel on hub pages?I have a manuscript or two I would love to share - but would they get enough readers?
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