Resolutions Aren’t Enough: Four Tips on How to Follow-Through

On January 1st, how many of you said that this was the year you were going to write a novel? If your goal is to write a book in 2020, then congratulations! You simply setting that goal is a huge first step, and we can’t wait for you to send us your book for publication consideration. But we also want to remind you that writing is hard. Really freaking hard. We aren’t trying to discourage you, but we are trying to keep it real because we understand how life often gets in the way of our best intentions.

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Sunday Story Prompt

“Do you think these leftovers are safe to eat?” // “Idk… I’ve never seen food turn that color before.”

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Sunday Story Prompt

That fancy gaming system you’ve been saving up for is finally affordable on Black Friday. You get there just in time to grab the last one. Only, someone else grabs it at the same time, someone you happen to know.

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Story Prompt… Sunday*

Against your better judgement, you have decided to celebrate Thanksgiving with your family for the first time in years. In that tiny town you never thought would change, you find that nothing is as you remembered it. * Saturday was apparently too complicated this week.

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Nanowrimo Diaries: Week Three

Our authors are slowly being crushed by the weight of Nanowrimo analytics and the temptations of Disney+

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Saturday Story Prompt

You find a lost dog, take it home, and call the owner. When they arrive, you’re surprised to find it’s…

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Nanowrimo Diaries: Week Two

Our authors talk about their second week of Nanowrimo, including the benefits of being a trash human and the drawbacks of depending on early mornings.

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Saturday Story Prompt

Write about your protagonist from the perspective of someone who sees them as the villain.

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Nanowrimo Diaries: Week 1

Three Houses Press authors provide their first update on Nanowrimo 2019. And, well, things aren’t starting great.

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