How to Write a Book Proposal

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Writer's Digest Books, 1990 - Book proposals - 113 pages
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A clear, thorough explanation of the kinds of book proposals writers should submit, complete with "hot tips" and sample materials.

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User Review  - EowynA - LibraryThing

clear, comprehensive, concise. Good examples, explicit instructions. I haven't finished writing my proposal yet, but it is getting better and better as I apply each chapter's wisdom. Hope it works! Read full review

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The definitive guide to breaking into the adult non-fiction book publishing business. I must have sold 100 copies of this book as a result of all the times I've recommended it to budding authors. (I ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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Chapter
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Chapter Three
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Michael Larsen believes a MUCH better world is coming SOON. The Corridor, Larsen's debut novel, bursts from the heart of this wild belief. Upon setting aside a career showing a Fortune 500 corporation how to re-invent itself, Larsen applied his learnings to himself. He now authors the blog Rah-dur, adventures of his off-grid, community-reliant life. Michael Larsen invites you to sit around the campfire of the Corridor Conversations: Better Life, Better World.

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