If even watching the obnoxious little fly humming in circles around in your room is currently bringing more excitement to your life than your writing, then you are probably facing a serious problem of concentration. We here at novum publishing have gathered a few precious tips to putting yourself in the right frame of mind to concentrate on the task at hand: writing!
The narrative situation: „Is it about you, or me – should my story be told by a he or a she?“ The narrator‘s chosen perspective is oftentimes one of the very first hurdles a new author must take when telling their story, which is why in our newest blog article, novum publishing is jumping into the fray to take a closer look at narrative situations.
Sneaky gremlins snuck errors in your text? A writer’s path inevitably leads to literary misery? Surely not! On locating the most usual traps for new authors and how to safely steer around them on your literary journey: novum publishing offers writing tips for new authors and everyone with the ambition to become one in the first part of their series „Creative Writing for Writers“.
The Latin word novum stands for something unique and unprecedented.This concept has also been the philosophy of our family-run publishing company for nearly 20 years: Since 1997, the publisher has been THE expert for new authors. The portfolio of our publishing house – winner of numerous awards – includes books from well-known personalities as well as a large number of books written by new authors whom we have introduced successfully to the book market, using our experience and expertise in this field.
Licenses for translations into other languages, braille editions, film adaptions etc. show that there is a great interest in new ideas and perspectives.
Some books were even nominated for literary awards, and won them. There have been thousands of reviews and articles in newspapers and the media, and many of our authors have published several books already. This impressively shows the great potential of new authors – and you could be one, too!