Writing the Bestseller II

Romance and Commercial Fiction

by Joanne Rock, Jane Porter, Megan Crane, Kim Boykin, Dani Collins

Tule Publishing Group


July 15, 2015


Available in: e-Book

Writing the Bestseller II
by Joanne Rock, Jane Porter, Megan Crane, Kim Boykin, Dani Collins

Writing romance and commercial fiction means knowing the rules, and this book will help you learn them and get there. If you’re wondering where to start, what to do, what not to do, how to find your author brand… this book has it all and more. Just take it from the 12 bestselling authors who wrote it!

Experiencing all the ups and downs of the publishing industry isn’t easy, so Writing the Bestseller II will help you not only handle the work involved, but handle it well. Learning from authors who have been in your shoes, who understand the market and genre, willingly share their tips, wisdom, and encouragement so you can also succeed.

What are you waiting for? Get started on your writing career today!

Included in Writing the Bestseller II: Romance and Commercial Fiction are the following:
Writing Bestseller Fiction: Conveying Emotion by Jane Porter and Megan Crane
Once Upon a Time — Writing the Opening by Joanne Rock
The Zone: Usiing Music to Get Into the Writing Zone and Staying There by Mallory Kane
Balance Before Burn Out by Dani Collins
Dealing with Writing-Related Health Issues by Terri Reed
Live Your Own Happily Ever After by Kim Boykin
How to Avoid Burnout by Lenora Worth
Heath Author Editor Relationships by Tessa Shapcott (Joanne Walsh)
Critique Groups or Freak Groups? by Jane Porter
Novelists’ Retreats by C J Carmichael
Tips on How to Build an Online Presence as a Writer (from a reluctant Social Meada User!) by Erika Marks
Real You Incorporated: Embracing our Author Brand by Kaira Rouda

Joanne Rock's Bio

Four-time RITA finalist Joanne Rock has never met a romance sub-genre she didn't like. The USA Today bestselling author of over eighty books enjoys writing a wide range of stories, most recently focusing on sexy contemporaries and small-town family sagas. An optimist by nature and perpetual seeker of silver linings, Joanne finds romance fits her life outlook perfectly---love is worth fighting for. A frequent speaker at regional and national writing conferences she enjoys giving back to the writing community that nurtured and inspired her early career. She has a Masters degree in Literature from the University of Louisville but credits her fiction writing skills to her intensive study with friend and fellow author Catherine Mann. When she's not writing, Joanne enjoys travel to gather new ideas.