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The Essential Guide to Getting Your Book Published: How to Write It, Sell… (udgave 2010)

af Arielle Eckstut (Forfatter)

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Presents a guide for aspiring writers on all aspects of getting published, including writing the query letter, getting an agent, signing contracts, working with publishers, assisting in prepub publicity and marketing, and doing book tours.
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Titel:The Essential Guide to Getting Your Book Published: How to Write It, Sell It, and Market It . . . Successfully
Forfattere:Arielle Eckstut (Forfatter)
Info:Workman Publishing Company (2010), 544 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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They’ve done it again. Talk about taking the mystery out of getting your book in front of a publisher. This is the bible every author should read while thinking of writing, writing, and every aspect of post-writing that involves your book.
This is the step-by-step whodunit of how to write, sell, and successfully market your book. In a fun upbeat fashion this husband and wife team, literature agent and writer, explain everything you have ever wanted to know about what to do next. Turning over every stone along the way, they leave no clue uncovered to help you get what you have written in the hands of the publisher.
Interspersing humorous and realistic examples and lessons on what to do, or not do, and supplying sample proposals and query letters, there is nothing left to chance. This is an updated version of a prior self-help tome, “How to Turn Your Passion Into Print,” their last joint venture that has been updated for the 21st Century with details on social networking and e-publishing.
Need to find an agent, use an editor, understand your contract, or write an elevator pitch? The answer to everything you could possibly need to know is here – and a lot more besides. This is the book that demystifies every step of the publishing process and should be in your reference library.
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  MarkPSadler | Jan 17, 2016 |
They’ve done it again. Talk about taking the mystery out of getting your book in front of a publisher. This is the bible every author should read while thinking of writing, writing, and every aspect of post-writing that involves your book.
This is the step-by-step whodunit of how to write, sell, and successfully market your book. In a fun upbeat fashion this husband and wife team, literature agent and writer, explain everything you have ever wanted to know about what to do next. Turning over every stone along the way, they leave no clue uncovered to help you get what you have written in the hands of the publisher.
Interspersing humorous and realistic examples and lessons on what to do, or not do, and supplying sample proposals and query letters, there is nothing left to chance. This is an updated version of a prior self-help tome, “How to Turn Your Passion Into Print,” their last joint venture that has been updated for the 21st Century with details on social networking and e-publishing.
Need to find an agent, use an editor, understand your contract, or write an elevator pitch? The answer to everything you could possibly need to know is here – and a lot more besides. This is the book that demystifies every step of the publishing process and should be in your reference library.
( )
  MarkPSadler | Jan 17, 2016 |
They’ve done it again. Talk about taking the mystery out of getting your book in front of a publisher. This is the bible every author should read while thinking of writing, writing, and every aspect of post-writing that involves your book.
This is the step-by-step whodunit of how to write, sell, and successfully market your book. In a fun upbeat fashion this husband and wife team, literature agent and writer, explain everything you have ever wanted to know about what to do next. Turning over every stone along the way, they leave no clue uncovered to help you get what you have written in the hands of the publisher.
Interspersing humorous and realistic examples and lessons on what to do, or not do, and supplying sample proposals and query letters, there is nothing left to chance. This is an updated version of a prior self-help tome, “How to Turn Your Passion Into Print,” their last joint venture that has been updated for the 21st Century with details on social networking and e-publishing.
Need to find an agent, use an editor, understand your contract, or write an elevator pitch? The answer to everything you could possibly need to know is here – and a lot more besides. This is the book that demystifies every step of the publishing process and should be in your reference library.
( )
  MarkPSadler | Jan 17, 2016 |
Not only is this a useful resource for first-time authors (and a reference that many are sure to go back to later on, at that), but it is also a humorous, light read. This writing style guarantees that readers will want to read the whole book and not just skim it for certain information & miss half the great advice. ( )
  KayMackey | Jan 7, 2014 |
Arielle Eckstut and David Henry Sterry previously published much of this how-to guidebook as Putting Your Passion Into Print, but in the last five years the game has changed; and so has the role of the author in the book publishing business. This is the most current and relevant set of guideposts in the environment of social media and book publishing.

What I really like about this new reference text is that it tells authors what is now expected of them in this whole new ballgame. It answers the question many authors ask: why should I blog? Do I need an agent? How do I prepare a book proposal?

Much more is now expected of authors by publishers. This guidebook helps an author navigate the landscape of the shifting sands in publishing today. Being an author today requires more than writing the manuscript. You need to create the market demand for your book and you need to fill that demand by using social media and other digital channels to sell it to your audience.

Most important, this book helps you figure out how serious you really are about publishing your book. It's a full time job. And it's a job that requires a lot of computer savvy, a selling personality, and time BESIDES brilliant writing talent.

As a book development editor with Swenson Book Development, I encourage my new clients to read this guidebook before we begin work on their book projects. It serves to validate the challlenges and opportunities the current state of book publishing presents to authors. More importantly, the book creates an increased market demand for author services no longer filled by traditional publishing houses yet essential to the success of a book in the marketplace today.

The dirty little secret that publishers are less successful than authors at selling books is out in the open and this book is essential to authors who want their books to be bought and read. Essential. ( )
  SwensonBooks | Jul 13, 2011 |
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