How to use the Createspace Free Copies of your Novel Code

Hi,

If you “won” NaNoWriMo 2012 by passing the 50,000 word mark in just one month, congratulations! Do you know you can pick up a discount code to use at Createspace to print 1-5 copies of your novel (or other writings)? Yep. The deadline is the end of June 2013, so it’s time to decide what you want to print and start getting it ready.

If you already had a beautifully checked, edited, and formatted novel ready for the process then check out my post from 2011 which guides you through the steps. Yes they have changed, a tiny bit, since then but if you get stuck just leave a comment below this post so I can email you my notes from this year.

It really is lovely to have a shelf of Nano novels to admire in your writing space and they’re very useful for when you’re proof-reading or editing. This is the third year I’ve availed of the offer and I’ve been very happy with it.

Or you can go the whole hog and self-publish, using the code to get you a few copies to giveaway to fans.

Happy writing,

Grace (ML for Ireland North East since 2009)

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About wordfoolery

Grace Tierney is a writer and mother living in rural Ireland. Specialising in a humourous slant thanks to years of reading Wodehouse, Dickens, Pratchett, Brookmyre, and chick-lit galore, her fiction and non-fiction writing has been published internationally and locally in everything from the local paper to anthologies, online media, coffee tins, and glossy magazines in several different countries. She has published three books for writers; “Positive Thoughts for Writers”, “The Writing Contest Expert's Guide to Fiction Contests”, and “The Writing Contest Expert’s Guide to Nonfiction Contests” based on her long-running contest column for Writer Online (available at www.lulu.com/gracetierney). Grace is currently writing her second chick-lit novel. For more information about Grace’s work see www.gracetierney.com.
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