You've written a book, triumphantly typed "The End," but now, it seems, no one wants to publish it. What do you do next? Don't give up: ask yourself what went wrong, then do something about it. Author of more than 30 novels, stories, and screenplays, and tutor on the prestigious creative writing course at Bath Spa, Fay Weldon has a lifetime of wisdom to impart on the art of writing. Why Will No-One Publish My Novel? will delight and amuse, but it isn't just another how-to-write handbook: it shows you how not to write if you want to get published.
About the Author
Fay Weldon is recognized as one of Britain's most important and distinctive literary voices. She published her first novel, A Fat Woman's Joke, in 1967, and has gone on to write over 30 works. In 2001, she received a CBE for services to literature.
"Queen of words—she's a tribal elder." —Caitlin Moran, author, How to Be a Woman
"Useful . . . Clarifying . . . Pertinent." —Sunday Times