How to Sell, Then Write Your Nonfiction Book

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 15, 2002 - Business & Economics - 213 pages
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From idea to contract to execution, this is the first all-in-one guide for prospective nonfiction writers. How to Sell, Then Write Your Nonfiction Book is uniquely structured to help you sell your ideas or yourself before you invest time and effort in a lengthy book project. This comprehensive reference guide provides specific tips for pitching and writing various nonfiction categories, with suggestions from agents, editors, and published authors. With expert advice on the technical elements of voice and style, useful resource listings, and sample proposals, you will find all the tools necessary to ultimately earn a living from nonfiction writing.

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I hate the samples, none of them are comparable to my project, and it makes the book feel geared to a particular mainstream audience which I am not a part of. If you stay away from the appendices, the ... Read full review

Contents

Finding and Defining Book Ideas That Sell
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How to Approach Agents and Editors
33
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Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Blythe Camenson has written numerous articles and authored or coauthored more than four dozen books, including Careers in Writing and Your Novel Proposal: From Creation to Contract. As director of Fiction Writer's Connection, an organization for new writers, she teaches members how to improve their writing and how to get published.

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