Learn the Se­crets to Get­ting Pub­lished

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There are mil­lions of as­pir­ing au­thors in the world. Whether they are writ­ing a novel or a mem­oir, they can all agree that the only thing harder than fin­ish­ing their book is get­ting it pub­lished. Hav­ing some­one who can help you nav­i­gate this in­creas­ingly com­plex sys­tem will make the dif­fer­ence be­tween a man­u­script sit­ting on your closet shelf—or the best-sell­ers shelf. In the 24 prac­ti­cal lessons of How to Pub­lish Your Book, Jane Fried­man, pub­lish­ing in­dus­try ex­pert and ed­u­ca­tor, pro­vides you with sought-af­ter se­crets of the pub­lish­ing process that will help you nav­i­gate this dif­fi­cult pro­gres­sion, by­pass pit­falls that many novice au­thors get hung up on, and im­prove your chances of be­ing con­sid­ered for pub­li­ca­tion. She is your per­sonal guide though the en­tire process from writ­ing the per­fect pitch, to re­view­ing con­tracts and mar­ket­ing your book. Nowhere else can you find such an in­valu­able tu­to­rial on how to po­si­tion your book for pub­lish­ing suc­cess. Of­fer ex­pires 11/09/17 THEGREATCOURSES.COM/9NYROB 1-800-832-2412

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