That marathoning time again…

I actually mean that in two ways.

  1. I’ll be doing another marathon at the end of October, when I plan on writing 60,000 words in 6 days, basically, 10,000 words a day, while at the same time doing 10,000 steps a day.
  2. Writers are gearing up for NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month.

If you’re in the latter camp, boy, do I have news for you!

Storybundle is offering a NaNoWriMo bundle this month. It has some excellent books not just on the craft of writing, but on additional career skills as well as indie publishing.

The books in this bundle are nothing short of AMAZING. You get a book on collaboration by Kevin J. Anderson. Making a living as a writer by Joanna Penn. A guide to Vellum by Chuck Heintzelman (the owner and creator of BundleRabbit.) Managing your time by Kristine Kathryn Rusch.

And yeah, in all that august company, you also get a BRAND NEW book by me! It’s part of the Business for Breakfast series: The Healthy Professional Writer.

Those of you who have been playing at home know that I’ve had some health difficulties that I’ve been successfully conquering through diet and attitude change and meditation and other good stuffffffff. This book is about my personal health journey, as well as staying healthy while writing. (With some bit of writing while being sick.)  I also include a couple sections about the previous marathon I did back in May (when I wrote a 52,000 word novel in 5 days) as well as preparing to do a marathon.

Which brings us back to NaNoWriMo. If you’re approaching this as a marathon, you need to prepare. You need to fix food ahead of time so you aren’t stuffing your face with junk at night after you finish your words. You need to take care of your body while you’re pounding out so many words. And so on.

This bundle will help you prepare not only for November, but for the rest of your writing career.

But like all good things, it will only be available for a short while.

Go pick up yours today!

http://www.storybundle.com/nano

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