How to Seek Guidance & Support For Your Publishing Career – Learn How to Be an Online Protege
Does your career in this publishing biz stump you sometimes? So much information and not sure what to do next? Learn how to learn online.5 Tips For Completing Your Non-Fiction Manuscript
Non-fiction books are usually commissioned by publishers before the whole manuscript is written on the basis of a first-class book proposal plus a few sample chapters. When you sign the contract you have to commit to a delivery date for your completed manuscript and publishers will schedule the book for publication based on that date.Increase Sales With Benefit-Driven Titles
On the night before it’s publication, one of the most famous business books of all time almost got a new name which would have definitely affected its sales. This article includes the story, as well as tips for creating benefit-driven titles that sell.How to Get Published – A Virtual Sales & Marketing Case Study
It’s difficult to get published – many in the industry say that less than 1% of would be authors receive an offer from a reputable publisher. Last year I signed my first book deal. This posting reviews the virtual sales and marketing efforts which were used to accomplish this. I worked on a book about virtual businesses for about a year and upon the completion of a basic draft, decided to contact some literary agents.How to Write a How to Book – 4 Questions to Ask When Deciding How to Publish Your Book
So you’re about to write your how to book and teach the world about the things that you’re most passionate about. Great! But it’s planning time and one of the first questions you need to answer is how are you going to publish your book?Self-Publishing – Should You Do It?
If you’ve written a book, you might be wondering how to get it published. If you’re considering self-publishing, you really have two options. The first is to print and bind a few copies on your own at home. The second is to publish through an online company’s website with something called POD technology. They both have their advantages and disadvantages.Self-Publishing With Print on Demand
If you’re looking to self-publish a book, have you considered Print On Demand? Probably not. Many people haven’t even heard of it. Yet, it can be a very valuable tool, especially for a first-time author.How to Publish Your First Book Using Print on Demand
Congratulations, you’ve finished your first book. It was a lot of hard work. And you probably are glad it’s over. Unfortunately, it’s not. This article discusses what you still need to do if you are going to use a print-on-demand book printer.5 Questions About Self-Publishing Your Non Fiction Book
Do you have a book you want to write about your expertise. Here are some questions to ask before you decide how to publish it.Six Steps to Finding a Literary Agent
Almost all literary agents are listed in The Publishers Market Place or LMP, a huge, expensive, 1,229 page volume which you should be able to find in a public library. It contains their actual and email addresses, and a brief description of the kinds of book they represent as well as titles recently placed.