Treasure the written word and reap the riches; Richard Wright, Richard Carlson, Richard Cornuelle…

Rich is the person that joins the journey and writes their book. According to Self-Publishing Resources, it takes an average of 475 hours to write a novel. Do people really have that amount of time to spare? There are people that don’t have time to change from their slippers before heading to the grocery store these days. And, how about the person that doesn’t take time to slow down in a school zone? Can we expect they’ll walk the same path as J.K. Rowling? A poll of 2,700 U.S. Internet users, representing 100 million people, indicates that the Internet-using population alone has written about eight million unpublished novels and seventeen million unpublished how-to books. 10 Day Book offers a writing process for every level of writer. http://www.10daybookclub.com We encourage writers to get their story into the hands of readers. It is something we help with. The virtual book club format creates a unique process for readers’ participation while a writer shares their manuscript before publishing. Published authors can also be featured through the site. Reading is always FREE. Please, share this article with your family, friends and fellow writers. Let us help them to become an ‘open book.’

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About 3day Editing Groups

A writer submits three chapters, up to 35 pages, of a manuscript into a group with editors for three days at no cost. The editors assess the writer's work and give their feedback in an interactive online format. There is a ten day option available where a writer participates with one editor in an interactive online format.
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