Chronicle Books

No plot? No Problem! Novel-Writing Kit

Item # pcb109


Always longed to see your name join the ranks of Hemingway but never found the energy to seriously hunker down at the keyboard? You don't need an MFA in creative writing, a book agent, an airtight plot, or a winsome cast of characters to get a novel written - you don't even need to know what you're doing. No plot? No problem!

All you need is a little determination and this built-for-speed kit from National Novel Writing Month founder and author of No Plot? No Problem! Chris Baty - it's designed to kick your motivation into overdrive, squash your inner editor, and produce a 50,000-word book in an exhilarating, invigorating 30-day Noveling Adventure. It's going to change the way you write, change the way you read, and change your sense of what's possible.

    Made In - China
    Size - 8 x 6.5

    Additional Info

    Included in the kit: 48-page booklet with inspiration, instructions, activities, and anecdotes. Daily Noveling Briefs - perfectly sized recommended allowances of writing advice and activities for every day of the noveling month. Monthlong, guided, displayable log with gold-star decals for keeping daily and weekly track of your progress. Motivational materials, pep-talking letters, and commitment coupons designed to keep your energy up and word-count flowing. The Radiant Badge of the Triumphant Wordsmith - at month's (and novel's) end, wear it proudly and announce your authoring victory to the world!

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    Chronicle Books Brand Story

    Said to be 'inspired by the enduring magic of books', Chronicle Books has been publishing charming and imaginative books since 1967. As an authentic and diverse company, Chronicle Books sells their creative products all over the world. They are an international company, but they stay loyal to their local roots by having three stores in San Francisco. Chronicle Books publishes a wide variety of topics, such as lifestyle, art, children, food and drink, and pop culture.

    Chronicle Books sets a shining example as an environmentally conscious and socially responsible company, given that they raised over $15,000 dollars for victims of Hurricane Sandy and devoted more than 1000 employee hours to building houses after Hurricane Katrina. Chronicle Books are said to be witty, eclectic, and inspiring, as well as boasting 23 published New York Times Best Sellers to date. Chronicle Books makes a point by publishing works that are recognizable for their spirit, creativity, and value.