If you've ever thought success as a writer is a question of volume, then a list of authors who achieved literary immortality by writing just one novel should provide some strange degree of reassurance. The Times lists 10 writers who fit that criteria, from Harper Lee to Boris Pasternak (though including Oscar Wilde and JD Salinger is cheating just slightly, methinks). If keeping yourself to the writing task at hand is the main problem, check out previously mentioned Write Or Die or the one hundred words a day trick. Picture from Wikimedia Commons.
How To Get Famous By Writing Just One Novel
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