Harper Voyager’s slew of “How to write” e-books on sale

Harper Voyager has an e-book sale going on now in celebration of NaNoWriMo, which is, for those not in the know, National Novel Writing Month, where professional, intermediate, and just-picked-up-the-pen writers rub shoulders in a month-long event to reach 50,000 words in 30 days. This is the second year that I’ve officially joined in, signed up, and tracked my progress at their website, but I’ve known about NaNo for a lot longer.  You can find me here at NaNo, and it’s really helped this year as I push through the rough draft of book thirteen.

But I mentioned e-books! Yes, Harper Voyager has ten books on writing on sale for a limited time at a reduced price of under two dollars. If you write, you might want to check it out. I’ve long held that even though you can go to school to learn the craft of writing, it still remains one of the few careers that you don’t have to and still be a success if you put the time in and learn what you can from where you can get it. Harper Voyager e-book sale

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4 responses to “Harper Voyager’s slew of “How to write” e-books on sale

  1. My Ever After shirt came in yesterday’s mail — so positively sizzling graphics! Thank you, Guy, for your speedy delivery service.
    And thanks, Kim, for the Harper Collins e-book sale notice. I have a couple of these in paper form and refer to them regularly: Annie Dillard’s “The Writing Life”, “Reading Like A Writer” by Francine Prose, and “On Writing Well” by William Zinsser. If one can own only one of these, I’d recommend the latter; it is a classic.
    Go Wrimos!

  2. jkh

    For those celebrating U.S. Thanksgiving on Thursday, best wishes for a pleasant day, as well as a positive experience doing all the preparation.

  3. Indy

    Thanks for the sale info – do you have a recommendation for any of the books listed? ~Indy

  4. Randy

    Right on! And write on. Thanks for the heads up on the discount tutorials, and kudos to you for your 40k words at the two thirds mark in the month. You’re rockin’ it this year!