What the Blueprint Your Bestseller Process Looks Like

Renee is one of my in-person writing buddies. Look what she’s doing with her lovely book! This book she recommends by Stuart Horwitz is already winging its way to me so that I can do the same thing with mine. Best of luck, Renee!! xo

Photo by Renee

Photo by Renee

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9 responses to “What the Blueprint Your Bestseller Process Looks Like

  1. Wow! I am impressed with your diligence and really appreciated your comments on my blog recently! Thank you, Luanne! Merry Christmas and happy writing to you!

  2. jeannieunbottled

    Looks like a great way to pick out the right parts to include.

  3. Thanks for sharing this post, Luanne. It’s very inspiring, plus I love looking at pictures of writer’s work areas and their process. Renee is working hard. Best of luck to you, Luanne!

    • Luanne

      Jill, Renee is working like crazy on her rewrite. I have begun this same process, although I have to work a lot more slowly at it (sigh). But it’s very interesting, the things I’m discovering so far. I highly recommend this book as something to read after one has a rough draft of a book or at least a lot of word count haha. Thank you, Jill!

      • Well, today I received an Amazon gift card from my sister. Do you recommend a hard copy or Kindle edition…oh, I think I remember you saying you haven’t gone to an e-reader yet. Best of luck to you Luanne. I hope you’ll write an update post, with pictures. 🙂

        • Luanne

          Haha, that’s right. Well, I’ve been marking up my copy and also both Renee and are I going through the book at our own pace. It’s like you have to follow along with the instructions and it’s too overwhelming to read the whole book at once! I can’t wait for your post!

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