Tag Archives: novel

Nanowrimo: What Now?


Posted by Grace Safford on November 29, 2017

Whether you hit the standard 50,000 word count or not, National Novel Writing Month (Nanowrimo) ends when November does. The craziest of us spent Nanowrimo actually attempting to draft an entire novel in 30 days. Now you have this thing sitting in front of you the morning of December first that probably has 3,000 typos,

Ian Frisch Talks Magic and Publishing


Posted by Kiera Hufford on October 18, 2017

Professional Writing ’09 graduate Ian Frisch recently landed a book deal for his nonfiction novel about the underground world of magic. He will be visiting Champlain for a Q&A from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on October 26 in CCM 221 to discuss his book and the publishing process.   “In 2015, I was researching

Are You Someone’s #MSWL?: Finding An Agent For Your Awesome New Novel


Posted by Elise Price on June 7, 2017

Writing a novel is hard. It takes dedication, self-motivation, and—if you’re anything like me—lots of caffeine and a heck of a lot of staring at blank pages. And if you’re even more like me, then you probably just can’t wait to write the ending and feel that wave of satisfaction, that comforting knowledge that you’re

Young Voices in Book Publishing


Posted by Ashley Dible on May 24, 2017

Sometimes it can feel a little like the younger generation is passing you by. Recently, an eight-year-old girl from Alabama, Nia Mya Reese, hit the Amazon bestseller list.  Young authors have always managed to capture attention, at times due to their impressive accomplishments for their age, and at times due to the material they were