Free Writing Books in Celebration of NaNoWriMo

Nano Update:
Hit 50k on Sunday! New personal record!

Writer’s Digest has a special limited-time promotion on seven free writing how-to books in honor of Nano. They will be free for download across a number of platforms (Kingle, Nook, iTunes, and others)  from November 6-12.


Get them while you can!


J.A. Marlow

Free Writing Books in Celebration of NaNoWriMo
A planet-wide conspiracy is waiting at Grandmother’s house…

“Always wear the red hood and cape while you are in the forest,” Grandma admonished.

For a teen with purple and red hair, and an attitude to match, the small claustrophobic city of Oburos grows ever smaller with Uncle Travis’s attempts to take over her and her mother’s life.

An invitation to visit Grandmother’s house, nestled among the giant trees filling the planet, gives Kate a welcome respite. But, there is no time for rest. A conspiracy among the forest inhabitants, moving trees, and other mysteries await her at Grandmother’s house.

Kate learns just how little she knew of the forests, much less its animals. To survive she must learn fast, and that includes trust and teamwork.

And just where was Grandma, anyway?

A Science Fiction 83600, 335 page (approximate) word stand-alone novel retelling of the fairy tale “Little Red Riding Hood”.

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9 thoughts on “Free Writing Books in Celebration of NaNoWriMo”

    • You’re welcome! I downloaded them all, just in case. Who knows, maybe I’ll find some good tips in them.

      Let’s face it, a lot of stuff out there won’t be as good as Holly’s courses. 😛

  1. I tried to download them but on Kindle, they’re not for free in Germany. I can’t open the Nook downloads from B&N because they’re DRM protected and won’t open on my Sony Reader. On Google, I can’t find a download link, the only links I get deliver garbage. On iTunes and Sony, the requirements for their download programs are way more than my old, trusted PC is capable of. I’m really and truly annoyed. I’d love to read at least the one about self-publishing. grrrr

  2. BTW, did you see Holly’s offer to promote our books? Head over to the forums right now and add your books. She’ll announce them to her list (some 27K people) and put them up in a sidebar on the HTTS blog. Free advertising (if you don’t count the work putting it up), what more can you ask for?


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