HOW TO WRITE A BOOK AND GET A PUBLISHING DEAL
There’s the book you want to write and the book a publisher and readers will buy: Are they the same book ?
Whether you want to share your life story to empower others, or be perceived as an expert in your field, there are certain formats for writing a non-fiction book that sell better than others.
Literary agents receive 1500 manuscripts a month. Publishers receive 10,000 manuscripts a year. If you want to get a publishing deal and more readers, you’ve got to know what publishers (and readers) buy and how to make your book stand out from the pack.
Publishing coach, Randy Peyser, pitches books to agents and publishers after her company edits or ghostwrites them. Randy will tell you exactly what you need to know to get an agent or publisher to offer you a contract.
You will find out:
- What topics are hot and what’s not.
- The most essential sales tool you need in order to sell a manuscript to a publisher.
- The quickest way to get an agent or publisher to stop in their tracks.
- The one thing to absolutely not do if you are serious about getting a publishing contract.
- How to get cover endorsements when you don’t know anybody who’s famous.
- The 4 biggest mistakes authors make.
- The 3 things you absolutely must do to make your book stand out.
- Two details about your writing that publishers always look for.
- The 5 biggest questions publishers ask before they make a buying decision.
- What you need to research before you query a publisher.
- Why you need an agent.
How to title your book to maximize your sales potential.