Kevin Brennan Writes About What It's Like

There’s something for every writer in this little volume

Of course he says that, you might say. He’s trying to sell some books.

But it’s actually true. My two writer pals and I get deep into the weeds on the process of writing and publishing novels today, but the nice thing about this book is that it’s not like the typical writing manual most of us have binged on. It’s a conversation. And much of the time it’s funny and entertaining as it dishes out the how-to bon mots.

So even if you don’t think you’ll learn anything new, trust me, you’ll feel like you’re right there in the middle of the three-way chat. You’ll agree with us sometimes, disagree sometimes. You’ll laugh. You’ll cry.

And it’ll cost you just 99 cents.

Grab the ebook today. It’s always worthwhile to hear from other writers who are going through the same meat grinder you are!

3 comments on “There’s something for every writer in this little volume

  1. islandeditions
    March 10, 2020

    I’m reading this book right now, and am happy to tell you that it’s ticking off all the points that are generally raised by aspiring authors about the process of writing and the business of publishing, and providing good, solid answers to all. This is definitely a book I will recommend to writers who want a good overview of what it’s like to be inspired, to write that first draft, to rewrite, and to publish their first book. (It’s also a good reminder to those of us who have done it all already!)
    Congratulations, Kevin, and thanks for writing and publishing!

  2. islandeditions
    March 10, 2020

    Reblogged this on Books: Publishing, Reading, Writing and commented:
    Here’s more information about a new book by Kevin Brennan just released that will be an asset to all writers, both beginner and published.

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