So You Wanna Be Published in Education
Writing for publication is work. It means putting in consistent time and effort. Placing books for publication – acting as a literary agent – is work too. It means winnowing out, from among all the offerings sent to you, what seems to be publishable, what will grab an editor’s (and obviously a reader’s) attention, what has the potential to have enough sales so that the cost of production and editorial work is covered and the publishing company makes a profit. What, you thought that the publishers are looking for great literature as their way to self-fulfillment? Guess again.Literary Agents and Their Place in the Future
The future of book publishing is uncertain; made so by eBooks and the power in the market of companies like Amazon. If publishing houses have lost control, where does this leave literary agents? Perhaps they will need to learn a whole range of new skills to stay in business.ePublish and Be Damned!
How authors go down the road from traditional publishing to ebooks. And why some will never go back!Advertising Your Name As An Author – Why You Need A Brand
So you’re writing that novel you’ve always wanted to write and you’re thinking of sending out query letters and book proposals. Or maybe you’ve decided to go the self-publishing route and have your book on Amazon. But stop the presses: Do you have a brand?The Hair Raising Book Publishing Process
The dark night is calm and you sit on your table worrying about the book publishing process. It is one encapsulated in mystery and suspense as you wrack your head over on how to begin. You have in your hands the makings of a powerful thriller. Perhaps, something that would catapult you to the status of literary rock star. You, of course, begin with the manuscript. Penning a compelling and read-worthy piece should be your utmost priority. While doing so, try getting the calling cards of the magical creatures known as literary agents. They are the keys that would bring you to the next quest – that of finding the elusive publisher.So You Want to Write a Book! Read These Tips Before You Begin Writing
Thinking of writing an article or a book? Educate yourself about publishing requirements before you sit down to write: You’ll save time and avoid unpleasant surprises later–and your future publisher will be impressed by your professionalism.Self-Publishing – The Table of Contents As a Selling Tool
An overview on the importance of the Table of Contents. Suggestions for improving the Table of Contents for better sales and reader appeal.Self-Publishing – What Does ISBN Mean?
You have seen ISBN barcodes on book covers, but what do the numbers in an ISBN mean? Although it may appear to just be a random sequence of numbers, each portion of the ISBN provides information about the book to which it is assigned.Should You Focus On Writing Articles, Guest Blog Posts, Magazines Or Books?
When you are writing for the web you might be wondering what should you focus on. Should you write articles, blog posts, or should you try to get your writing into magazine or full fledged books? You should write a monthly guest blog post, a weekly article, and worry about the book and magazine stuff later.Self-Publishing: Choosing a Title for Your Book
A thoughtful expression of the importance of the book title in marketing your book. Suggestions and steps to insure that your writing efforts get the widest possible exposure and attention.