Mistakes You Need to Avoid When Writing Multiple Novels at Once

Have you ever wonder how to some authors seem to have a knack for writing multiple novels at once? Well, I have a confession to make. I am one of those crazy writers. It’s not uncommon for me to have multiple projects on the go. In this blog post, I’m going to share with you my successes and failures, and I manage writing multiple novels at once.

Should you write a novel in 30 days?

This week I performed the first ever read through of my prequel novel. And, let’s just say there are some great scenes in the novel and some not so great scenes. Unfortunately, there are a lot of the not so great variety. This realisation leads me to pose an important question. Should you write a novel in 30 days? Or, in my case three days of outlining and eighteen days of writing.

What brings you here, today?

What brings you here, today?

Introducing… James Lalonde

James Lalonde is a bit of a cliche.
Imagine a french accent with a hint of arrogance,
a dash of sarcasm, and a strong personality.


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About the Author



I’m Amelia Hay. I write under the pen name A D Hay.


I’m the author of the soon to be published, James Lalonde Thriller Novels and I’m the coach for aspiring authors.


I help aspiring authors just like you, to write, brand and market their books, so they can create their dream business, build their author platform, and be creatively independent.

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