Your guide to approaching publishers
If you have a great idea for a book – or have already written one –
what's the next step? How do you see your words in print and on the
shelf at your local bookstore? This seminar will tell you what you need
to know to turn that dream into reality.
Here's what you'll learn:
This seminar will cover:
- How to write a winning book proposal
- How to approach publishers
- Do you need an agent?
- How much should you write before approaching a publisher?
- Negotiating a fair contract
- The editing and re-writing process
- and MUCH more.
This seminar focuses on how to get your book published via traditional mainstream publishers, such as Penguin, HarperCollins, Random House and so on. It does NOT focus on Self-publishing or eBooks as there isn't enough time to cover this in one session. If you are interested in these please find out more about Self-Publishing here and eBooks here.
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How to Get Your
"The presentation and information were great – relevant, precise, personal and supportive. It demystified the process, making it more accessible for us timid types. Whether I make into print or not, I feel empowered to try."
- Deborah Wilkinson
"The course enabled me to focus on building a business proposal on what my book could offer the publisher, not just why I felt my great book idea was so great! I’ve now secured a deal with a US publisher. My pitch was a million times better once I knew what I should actually put in it!"
- Trevor Treharne
“The seminar was invaluable on how to approach publishers and not waste anyone's time. The presenter was fantastic.”
- Emma Capell
“The seminar was factual, content rich, and relevant. The two hours were filled up with no waffle, I loved it. If you want to skip months of trying to work it out for yourself [how to get published], invest in these courses.”
- Jo Vadillo
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Geoff is an author, journalist, actor and producer. He has filed
articles and interviews for over 20 major newspapers and magazines
around the country, including The Sydney Morning Herald, Courier Mail, Canberra Times, West Australian and Australian Style. Geoff's books include Comedians in the Mist, Cattitude and Mutterings. He also writes regularly for the finance and travel industries. ...