Nanogang Bangs On Day 25 — Difficult Books and the Beta Process
Nichole asks: What has been the most difficult story/book/series you've written, and what was the easiest? Word CountGail: 45633Dan: 21176 Pub/Bus BoardKitty: 410pgs edited, 1.5...
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Nanogang Bangs On Day 21 — Deleted Scenes
Today Nichole asks: Do you save the bits you cut out, and do you ever reuse them elsewhere? Word CountGail: 33562Dan: 10975 Pub/Bus BoardKitty: 410pgs...
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Nanogang Bangs On Day 19 — Managing Pen Names
Nichole asks:How to organize an author website when you have several author pen names? Pub/Bus BoardKitty: 383 pgs edited, 1.5 marketing task, compliance 0.5 Word...
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Nanogang Bangs On Day 17 — Writing Retreats
Today Catherine asks: What do you look for in a writing retreat? How structured? How organized? How many other participants? Pub/Bus BoardKitty: 383 pgs edited,...
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