Where do you begin with book publishing?
That’s one of the most important and daunting questions new writers ask. It’s also the first of many that follow…
- How do you grab a publisher’s attention?
- How do you format a book proposal?
- How do you handle discouragement when you struggle to begin writing?
- How do you cope with rejection—or the first 8 rejections?
- What should I do if publishers aren’t interested in my proposal?
- How do you network with editors and authors?
- At what point do you just self-publish and move on to the next thing?
Most importantly, I hear this question: “I’m not even sure where to begin with book publishing. What now?”
Those are all real questions from aspiring writers. I’ve been there, and I have a way to help…
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