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10 Tips For First-time Novelists

Posted at 8:30AM Monday 03 Feb 2014

Adam Sternbergh, the Canadian-born culture editor for The New York Times Magazine, is accustomed to soothing delicate writerly egos and polishing raw prose. The tables turned when he set about writing his first novel, the dystopian noir Shovel Ready (published by Random House in January). Here, he offers tips to other would-be novelists on how to survive the process with dignity, and book deal, intact.

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