You want to publish your book.
I did, too. It happened, and the more I learn, the more I realize having an English major doesn't prepare you to be a published author.
Here's what they don't teach you in school about what it takes to survive in the publishing business.
I can promise you one thing: If you want your book in print badly enough, you can make it happen if you don't give up.
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- The Journey Begins...
- What Publishers Are Looking For
- Study Your Craft And Read A LOT
- Building Your Audience: Public Relations Before And After Publishing
- Figure Out Your Book's Genre And Comp Titles
- Query Letter Basics
- The Biggest Problems Editors See In Submissions
- How To Find An Agent
- Pitching Your Story To Agents/Editors On Twitter
- Self-Publishing Vs. Traditional Publishing
- The Essential Advantage You Need To Publish
- Going Deeper Into #MSWL
- Learn to Write by Reading - Here's How
- How's It Going?
- Steps To Publish Your Finished NaNoWriMo Story
- How to Develop Your Author Brand (Step-By-Step)