How to Find Book Publishing Services
Every good writer knows that writing a book is one thing but publishing is another thing entirely. There are several publishing houses out there but how do you find them? There are two ways to find book publishing services, but before you begin your search for book publishers, you need to figure out the following.The New Media and Arts Landscape
The Internet has caused a shift in infrastructure that is affecting all media based industries which also includes many of the arts. We have seen similar shifts in the economic landscape of the past. Many professions simply disappeared as technology changed.The ebook Revolution
The publishing industry is rapidly changing. Never before have there been so many opportunities for independent authors. Just in the last few years, many e-reading devices have been brought to market.Impress an Agent Or Publisher With a Masterful Book Proposal
Many consider writing a proposal a lot tougher than writing a book. By following this basic outline, you will be able to prepare a strong, forthright proposal that will likely result in convincing a literary agent to represent your book.So You Want to Be a Writer?
Being a writer is a dream possessing a lot of people. However, not many people manage to bring it to real life. I had that dream myself and it took me really long before I finally got the courage to make it come true.Two Roads Diverged – Understanding Traditional and Self-Publishing Differences
Many major print publishing houses have either merged, or acquired smaller houses, and the net result is that there are fewer traditional channels for getting your book published. However, this only means that the nature of the challenge of getting a book published has changed. It does not mean that the challenge has become insurmountable.Secrets That Publishers Don’t Want You to Know – How to Get Your Manuscript Noticed
How can you make sure that your work stays out of the slush pile? Find out in this article.Where Most Non-Fiction Book Authors Go Wrong
Too often a non-fiction ready-to-go book manuscript really isn’t ready to go–yet. Whether it’s self-published, going through ancillary publishing, or a “big house” has given it the “go-ahead,” it needs one last no-nonsense review (and maybe some adjustment) before it’s launched. Here, a veteran book editor and publisher tells where to look before investing lots of money or time in a “masterpiece” that still needs help.Five Reasons Why Every Writer Needs a Website
Have you considered creating a website for your writing? Here are five reasons why you, as a writer, need to create your own website. It’s surprisingly easy, fun, and affordable, and you’ll be amazed at how much your website will give back to you and your work.Literary Agent Search – A New Writer’s Journey – Part I
After nine months of writing and five more months of editing, I was ready to search for an agent. It began with Jeff Herman’s Guide Book to Publishers, Editors, and Literary Agents recommended by people on every side of the publishing world. When it arrived from Amazon, and I noted the overwhelming number of agents to read about, I let it sit on my desk, and keep me company.