Long Overdue Newsletter - January 2020
Happy New Year!
If your New Year's Resolution is to get to the gym more, enforce a new ban on sweets, or give up Cheetos once and for all, welp, we can't be of much help.
BUT, if your New Year's Resolutions are about starting to write more, or write for the first time in a long time, or begin recording your family stories into a book, hey, you've come to the right place! Especially over the next four months, we're putting a major emphasis on how to go from a rough idea or rough draft and turn those into a final book.
New Case Study - Publishing your Long Overdue Book (even if it's been 30 years)
Our new case study shares the journey of how a bedtime story David Ovitt used to tell to his grandkids 30-years-ago went from this stapled rough draft:
To this final copy, available just in time for Christmas, 2019.
David's children's book/coloring book can be purchased on Amazon or directly through Long Overdue Books.
What happens after National Novel Writing Month?
Did you participate in National Novel Writing Month last November? Wondering what to do next?
We're launching a series of