How does one become a New York Times bestselling author? That question has been posed to many famous writers over the years, and in interviews they all offer similar answers: it takes drive, perseverance and a little luck.
Rejection letter after rejection letter didn’t stop romance writer Nora Roberts from pursuing her dream of getting published. She finally got her big break in 1981 when Silhouette Books published “Irish Thoroughbred.” She now has had 171 titles on the New York Times bestseller list.
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