If you're going to break the rules, you have to do a very good job of it. According to all the standard "rules" of publishing, international bestselling author Diana Gabaldon's books are too long, too difficult to label, and too hard to explain. But as far as we know, she's never had to make good on her offer to pay a skeptic a dollar if he opened the book to read any page and wanted to stop. Join her for insights into ignoring the rules and simply writing good books.
How to Make Them Turn the Page (or, How to Write 900-Page Books That People Will Read)