Nonfiction Book Proposals Anybody Can Write: How to Get a Contract and an Advance Before Writing Your Book

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Blue Heron Pub., 1995 - Authorship - 229 pages
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With this innovative guide, writing a nonfiction book proposal that sells is both simple and intuitive. A boon to professionals who want to write and anyone who regularly works with writers: teachers, editors, publishers, and agents.

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Review: Nonfiction Book Proposals Anybody Can Write: How to Get a Contract and Advance Before Writing Your Book

User Review  - Tom Marcinko - Goodreads

I found this really useful, but I wonder if there's a more recent edition. The basic advice seems sound and logical to me, but the most recent edition I could find was 2002. That's forever in today's publishing world. Read full review

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User Review  - Tracyfood - Goodreads

I found myself glossing over the sections about how it's a great time for the publishing industry because seriously, that stuff needs to be brought up-to-date. But it was nice to have an outline to build my Research Apps project around. Read full review

Contents

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CHAPTER THREE
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CHAPTER FIVE
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About the author (1995)

Elizabeth Lyon, a regular speaker at writing conferences and retreats nationwide, has been a contributor to "Writer's Digest" and is a mentor, editor, and teacher for many writers. She is the author of Nonfiction Book Proposals "Anybody Can Write" and "The Sell Your Novel Toolkit,

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