After you've got past the initial euphoria of getting the deal, what happens from then onwards? I wondered what goes on between a writer and a publisher once that decision has been made and thought my site's readers would too. Here's the scoop on that.
What Really Happens When You Land a Book Deal: Publishing Myths and Realities You Need to Know
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Closing date is March 2 and there's only a handful of entries so far! I've not had time to promote it with being sick this week and may end up not having much time
Have you always thought you have a book inside you but don't see how you could find the time to do it? Read all about that here.
This was a book review I did for this inspiring business book by Bob Seelert, chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi. This was one excellent book! If you're looking for good practical advice from a man whose spent forty years in business and most of them at the top, it's brilliant. Well worth putting your hand in your pocket for.
No, don't have a punch up in the middle of the book. Well you could if you really want to LOL, but what we're talking about here is catching the reader's attention and holding it with a challenge of some sort the character has to beat. But how? Read on.
Grab Your Reader With Conflict