2492.This brilliant little book is what I'm cruising through right now.
I have long fancied myself a writer of some sort. So far, it's just a diary, but I've thought I could write science fiction.
I'm not ashamed of being a genre reader. I read what pleases me.
I don't know if I have a novel in me, but if I do, this just might coax it out of me. Less than 25,000 words, conversationally-written (but not too familiar), frank without being blunt, no nonsense. And it suggests just what the title says; a program through which you can produce a solid, durable if not spectacular (and no guarantees that it'll sell - it's how to write your novel, not how to sell it) mid-size novel.
I highly recommend it. If it don't get the novel out of you, it'll make you a better reader, anyway.
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