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Richard Hine and
Russell Wiley Is Out to Lunch

Richard Hine and
Russell Wiley Is Out to Lunch

Although Richard Hine presented a 25-step advice list on How to Write a Novel in 30 Years or Less, he might have left out one “crucial-for success” point: Write a timely story. For when his book, Russell Wiley Is Out to Lunch, debuts tomorrow — October 12, 2010 –, the author’s perfect timing will become obvious. However it wasn’t always that way. During his years of working in publishing companies that included Adweek in 1988, Time in 1992, and The…

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Guest Richard Hine on
How to Write a Novel in 30 Years or Less

Guest Richard Hine on
How to Write a Novel in 30 Years or Less

[Rather than a wishful dream, Richard Hine’s real ambition was to be a novelist. But in the meantime he decided to try to make his fortune in the world of advertising. And, though the fortune in advertising didn’t quite result in a windfall, his debut novel, Russell Wiley Is Out to Lunch, launches October 12, 2010. In today’s guest post, the about-to-be author shares how he never lost sight of his real ambition….more or less. ] How to Write a…

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Welcoming New Authors, Introducing 2011 Debs

Welcoming New Authors, Introducing 2011 Debs

With Labor Day only a weekend away, it’s a time for change and new beginnings. During the summer TDW welcomed new authors to the site and, once again, I’m proud to announce the addition of the following four writers soon be seen on these pages: ~Melissa Senate (The Mosts YA, The Secret of Joy, the rest in Bibliography, and The Love Goddess’ Cooking School coming October 26, 2010) ~Stacey Ballis (The Spinster Sisters, Room for Improvement, the rest in Bibliography,…

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