Thursday Tip: Why a Year or More Between Books? Ellen Hopkins’ Experience.

I spent my Christmas’ Eve doing a fair amount of reading. I came across a post that I found wonderful and generous, and I can’t help but share it with you as well.

Have you ever wondered why it takes so long for books to get published once they’ve been written? Understanding the process helps the aspiring writer arm himself with patience. It also helps appreciate all the effort it takes for a good book to land in the hands of readers.

Award-winning novelist and poet Ellen Hopkins, who regularly lands on the coveted New York Times bestseller list, takes her readers behind the scenes of the publishing process. She demystifies it by sharing her experience on her blog.

Some of Ellen’s books include the bestselling titles CRANK (a series), BURNED, IMPULSE, and her latest release, TRICKS, which deals with teen prostitution.

To read about Ellen’s publishing experience, click here: On Giving You Books

Have a wonderful day.

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About Nathalie Mvondo

Nathalie Mvondo lives in Northern California and studies anthropology and nutrition. She is a writer and a blogger.
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7 Responses to Thursday Tip: Why a Year or More Between Books? Ellen Hopkins’ Experience.

  1. Thanks for sharing this. I’m a HUGE fan of Ellen’s books (CRANK so totally breaks my heart & I read IDNETICAL in one sitting!)

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  2. Karen Strong says:

    Thanks for sharing this link. I always love to hear how authors go about creating their books.

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  3. Ooooh – I’m looking forward to reading this! Thank you for the link, Nathalie! 🙂

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  4. Great link! Thank you for posting it, Nathalie. 🙂

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