See how easily you can learn the secrets of getting published!
Learn insider secrets of getting published! Become an author. Hold the book of your heart in your hands for the first time.
A propos du livre
Frustrated by how much there is to learn to finally see your name in print with a big publishing house? Mired in confusion about your next steps? An accomplished nonfiction freelancer and novelist with 17 traditionally published books under her author belt, Mary DeMuth understands the twists and turns of the publishing industry. She answers the question, « How can I get published? » by pulling 11 Secrets from her popular blog, Wannabepublished.
Mary teaches you how to:
- Craft the kind of query letter that gets you noticed by industry professionals.
- Write stronger, powerful, attention grabbing prose.
- Create effective writing routines to meet your daily and weekly goals.
- Navigate a writing conference with confidence.
- Find and woo an agent.
If you want to know about the field of writing then you want to know Mary DeMuth. She is not only gifted as both a fiction and non-fiction author, but she is also passionate about helping others achieve their goals in the writing profession.
– Karol Ladd, Best-selling author of The Power of a Positive Woman
Mary is a consummate professional and well equipped to help other writers with both the creative and business side of writing.
– Terry Glaspey, Senior Editor, Harvest House Publishers
I seldom read a non-fiction from cover to cover, especially in just a couple of days, but I not only examined every piece of it, I pulled out my manuscript and took her advice to heart in a complete revision. Anyone interested in writing for publication should read this book!
– Marji Clubine, writer
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