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Publisher's Summary

With chick lit novels popping up on every best seller list, millions of listeners are all thinking the same thing: I could write this stuff. I could write a best seller and never go back to the office again! And here’s the guide that will show you how. Best-selling novelist Sarah Mlynowski and veteran chick lit editor Farrin Jacobs cover every stage of developing and selling your soon-to-be best-selling novel, with information on:

  • developing an idea
  • learning the basics of plotting
  • deciding on a point of view
  • pacing, and conflict
  • making your characters likable
  • finding an agent
  • and much more, including humorous tips and advice from scores of established writers (from Meg Cabot and Marian Keyes to Emily Giffin and Sophie Kinsella).

If you’ve got stories to tell, See Jane Write will take care of the rest!

©2006 Sarah Mlynowski and Farrin Jacobs (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • Gudbjorg Marta Gudjonsdottir
  • 16-09-14

Loved it and Im going to lisen to it again!!!

Where does See Jane Write rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Its always love books about writing when writers talk truthfully and honestly a bout there writing and give inspiring advise, and also comments other writers. I loved it!

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grate voice, got a little to much in to character at times ;)

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