Do you write for hours on end and wonder if anyone else will ever see your work? Do you send out countless samples, proposals, and pleas only to hear nothing back? Do you long to see your name in print and actually make money as a writer? With The Only Writing Series You'll Ever Need: Get Published, you can finally learn how to master the process and get that byline you've always wanted. Offering you insider's tips to the tricky publishing world, this expert author and agent team can help you make your writing dreams a reality. Meg Schneider and Barbara Doyen reveal how to: Approach the appropriate publishing house Make a successful pitch Get material to the decision-makers directly Self-promote and negotiate the best deal possible The ultimate writer's resource, The Only Writing Series You'll Ever Need: Get Published offers the cold hard facts about the business as well as valuable advice that will turn your career around-or give it the kick-start it needs! Meg Schneideris an award-winning writer with nearly two decades of experience in journalism and public relations. She has written 8 books, including two for writers: The Everything Guide to Writing a Book Proposal. Her journalism honors include awards from the Iowa Associated Press Managing Editors, Women in Communications, the Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association, Gannett, the New York State Associated Press, and the William Randolph Hearst Foundation. A native of Iowa, Schneider now lives in Upstate New York. Barbara Doyen is President of Doyen Literary Services, Inc. a an agency representing 100-plus authors. Her writing credits include many articles and eight published books, both fiction and nonfiction, and an audiocassette instructional series that was endorsed by James Michener. Her Write To $ellAr seminars have assisted thousands of attendees in furthering their writing careers. Doyen has been involved in publishing since the mid-1970s, when her first novel was published. Her agency was incorporated in 1988. Doyen lives in Northwest Iowa.your novel and, if appropriate, published authors whose works are similar to yours. ... But nonfiction is easier for unpublished authors to break into, and a nonfiction book credit is helpful when you market your novel, because you are no longeranbsp;...
|Title||:||The Only Writing Series You'll Ever Need Get Published|
|Author||:||Meg Schneider, Barbara Doyen|
|Publisher||:||Adams Media - 2008-06-01|