Bridget McNulty

Author Interview: Bridget McNulty

Bridget profileHi Bridget. Thank you so much for joining me on Novel Kicks today. First, can you tell us about your website, Now Novel and what inspired you to start it?

After my novel Strange Nervous Laughter was published in South Africa and the US, people were constantly asking me how to write a book and – perhaps even more than the actual writing ­ how to find the motivation to finish. I wanted to create a platform for this.

 

What are you hoping people will get out of Now Novel?

A supportive, motivating space that helps them improve their writing and follow through on their novel­ writing dream. The end goal? A finished first draft.

 

There are various packages available for people wanting to use Now Novel. Can you tell us a little about what each package offers? Is there a minimum term you’d need to sign up for?

Basic access to the website (including our critiques system for giving and receiving writing feedback and our writing groups) is free. We have three paid options. The first, ‘The DIY Writer’, is our plan for writers who don’t want personalized help. It includes the Now Novel Story Builder, our online tool and step­ by­ step process for working out a blueprint for your story. If you need extra motivation, our middle tier plan, The Aspiring Novelist, includes having a mentor whom you can correspond with via email for extra help and motivation. Our top tier plan, The Experienced Writer, is ideal for writers who are serious about getting their novels written. It includes bi­weekly Skype calls with your mentor and editing of 3000 words of your writing per month by professional editors.
You can pay for any of the three plans month ­on­ month, if you prefer, or you can pay for a six­ or twelve­ month package that provides a substantial discount on the usual monthly rate. There’s also a 30 ­day money back guarantee on all our plans.

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