Sunday, May 19, 2013

Miranda Writes 10 - Agents, book covers and more...

All this year I will be documenting the writing, editing and publishing of my fifth novel, giving you a unique, behind-the-scenes look at my life as a writer. This week, I'm answering your questions on everything from whether to have an agent or not, my new book cover and how long it takes to write a book...

I asked for your questions and you responded with lots of great ones -so here they are! Ever wondered how many copies of a paperback book are printed in an edition? Or how many hours each writing session should be? Or how to take a basic plot outline and make it into a story structure that works? I answer all of these this week. I'm always looking for your questions for my vlogs and asking one couldn't be easier: just leave me a comment on this post, or email me at:


P.s. This week's YouTube-nominated freeze-frame is entitled: 'Catching some well-earned zzzzzzzzs'


Kirsty Greenwood said...

Thanks for the Novelicious mention!

I have 2 questions for you!

1. Do you have any rituals you have to do before you start writing/ while you're writing?

2. Do you find it easier to write a book now than you did when you first started?

Love Kirsty x

P.S 30 HOURS STRAIGHT?? You crazy mentalist.

Dot said...

Loved the vlog! I have a little question, do you prefer to write about likeable characters or are the not so nice ones just as interesting?

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