New Online Class! What Every Publisher Wants You to Know: Selling Your Book in Today’s Marketplace

Fresh back from Book Expo America, we’ll be champing at the bit to share everything we learned from editors and agents. We have ways of making them talk…

So, on June 27, we’re kicking off our new online classes with a timely and helpful seminar for anyone at any stage of the publishing process. What Every Publisher Wants You to Know: Selling Your Book in Today’s Marketplace will help you create a proposal that’s built to address publishers’ current needs and requests.

Learn the latest of what publishers and agents are looking for…right this minute! Armed with insider intel gathered at BEA—the world’s largest publishing conference—we’ll reveal what publishers and agents say they clamoring for in the current marketplace. No matter where you are in the process or what kind of book you’re writing, learn to create an attention-grabbing proposal by giving editors and agents exactly what they want. Our 90-minute online seminar will cover:

  • The proposal components that are crucial to landing a publishing deal
  • Rookie mistakes to avoid during the submission process
  • The aspects of an author platform that matter most
  • Fine-tuning your proposal to address today’s publishing climate
  • The one thing that agents and editors want you to know

June 27, 7-8:30pm PT | Click here to register!

 

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