The Literary Agent's Guide to Writing a Non-Fiction Book Proposal

Author: Andy Ross

Publisher: Andy Ross Agency

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 118

View: 929

Literary agent Andy Ross leads you through the steps to writing a book proposal that will be exciting and convincing to book publishers. There are lots of examples of real proposal that ended up with book contracts.

Nonfiction Book Proposals Anybody Can Write

How to Get a Contract and Advance Before Writing Your Book

Author: Elizabeth Lyon

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Reference

Page: 293

View: 896

Explains how to write and market a non-fiction book proposal, covering such topics as drafting a concept statement, submitting sample chapters, and writing query letters.

The Complete Guide to Hiring a Literary Agent

Everything You Need to Know to Become Successfully Published

Author: Laura Cross

Publisher: Atlantic Publishing Company

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 288

View: 647

A guide to the process of getting an agent to represent your book. Once you have found your literary agent, you will learn how to read contracts and accept offers, as well as what details your agent will take care of.

Guide to Literary Agents 2019

The Most Trusted Guide to Getting Published

Author: Robert Lee Brewer

Publisher: Writer's Digest Books

ISBN:

Category: Literary agents

Page: 336

View: 298

Includes "one-year access to the literary agent content on WritersMarket.com"--Cover.

Writing and Publishing

The Librarian's Handbook

Author: Carol Smallwood

Publisher: American Library Association

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 189

View: 298

Have you ever considered writing or reviewing for the library community? Are you interested in publishing a book on your favorite author or hobby? Do you need to write and publish for tenure? If so, Writing and Publishing is for you. Practical how-to guidance from library professionals will help you write: as an expert for other library professionals; creative copy and information about your library; copy for websites, blogs, and online columns; bibliographic essays and lists; and, book reviews (formal and informal). Writing and Publishing will serve as a great resource, whether in taking the anxiety out of writing or refining your style, you'll use this book as much as your pen or keyboard!

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Book Proposals & Query Letters

Author: Coleen O'Shea

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 320

View: 526

Tips for catching and holding an agent's attention. Essential reading for any fiction or nonfiction writer seeking publication, The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Book Proposals & Query Letters provides in-depth information on composing a successful query letter as well as detailed suggestions on how to craft each element of a book proposal - from author bio to marketing and competition information to a synopsis for fiction writers. By following the same guidelines an agent uses when submitting her client's book proposals to editors (and selling them), writers are given proven techniques for creating winning submissions. ?The most comprehensive information on query letters found in any book on writing ?The only book on book proposals that also targets a fiction audience ?Author is an agent who also blogs to a readership of about 1,500 daily

2008 Guide to Literary Agents

Author: Chuck Sambuchino

Publisher: Writers Digest Books

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 368

View: 629

Lists addresses, telephone numbers, specialties, recent sales, commissions, terms, and submission tips for hundreds of agents located in the United States and Canada

A Writer's Guide to Fiction

Author: Elizabeth Lyon

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN:

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 272

View: 902

The second book in the Writer's Compass series from professional writing instructor Elizabeth Lyon offers both aspiring and established authors the fundamentals of writing and selling a great novel or short story. In addition to the basics of characterization, plot, pacing, and theme, A Writer's Guide to Fiction also features a plan for revising fiction, a guide to marketing, samples of cover and query letters, and methods of honing the writing craft.

The Everything Guide To Writing A Book Proposal

Insider Advice On How To Get Your Work Published

Author: Meg Schneider

Publisher: Everything

ISBN:

Category: Reference

Page: 304

View: 331

The Everything® Guide to Writing a Book Proposal expertly instructs authors on how to create a proposal that will capture the attention of agents and book publishers. Writer Meg Schneider and literary agent Barb Doyen show writers how to grab an editor from the first page, fully research and explain the market, position the book against the competition, write an impressive author biography, and know what sample materials to attach. Schneider and Doyen fully explain how to: Create a proposal for any genre; Know what agents and publishers look for; Avoid phrases that move the proposal into the slush pile; Rework a proposal using suggestions from an agent of editor. The Everything® Guide to Writing a Book Proposal shows novice authors how to avoid blunders and build agent and publisher relationships with confidence.

The Poets & Writers Guide to Literary Agents

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Publisher: Poets & Writers Inc

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View: 585

A collection of articles edited by the staff of Poets & Writers Magazine, this handy resource includes straightforward advice from professionals in the literary field and additional resources with insider tips. This practical guide will give you everything you need to understand what agents do, what you can expect from them, and how to find the best agent for you and your work: -Where agents search for new talent -Tips on how to secure an agent -What agents look for in the first few pages of a submission -How to follow up with an agent after you’ve submitted your work -The agent’s role in today’s publishing industry -How to know when the time has come to dissolve a relationship with an agent