The Shortest Distance Between You and a Published Bookby Susan Page
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This expert guide has put the dream of acquiring a publisher within reach for thousands of writers. Whether your book idea is a completed manuscript or still in the planning stages, The Shortest Distance Between You and a Published Book offers comprehensive, industry-savvy guidance on the steps to take to sell your book to a major publisher. Literary agents often advise their clients to read this book as their first step!
Susan Page is the author of several best-selling self-help books, and a veteran of the publishing industry. Here, she�ll guide you step-by-step through the roadblocks that stall other writers, and help you toward a publishing strategy that gets results. You�ll find in-depth information on the early steps to take, writing title ideas, developing winning book proposals, finding an agent, understanding publishing contracts, promoting your book, and more. Throughout the process, Page coaches you through both the emotional and practical obstacles you�re likely to face. It�s a must-read for anyone interested in a career as a published author.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Best-selling relationship author Susan Page has been counseling both singles and couples on their romantic lives since 1980. She has been coaching writers for twenty-five years, is the author of five enduring bestselling books, and is currently the Director of the San Miguel International Writers� Conference in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
An in-demand international speaker, Susan Page has traveled to over 26 states as well as Canada, Korea, Mexico, and Australia to speak on relationship topics. She has appeared on Good Morning America, CNN, NPR, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Montel Williams, Donahue, and dozens of other television and radio shows nationwide. Her work has been showcased in People Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Glamour, New Woman, McCall�s, and many other national publications.
Page also served as a consultant to writer/director Gary Goldberg on the romantic comedy Must Love Dogs, released in 2005.
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I loved this book. This book not only gave me great information, but encouraged me to continue writing even when I received rejections. I now have a published book and owe gratitude to Ms. Page for her attention to the writers' spirit as well as the nuts and bolts of the publishing world.
Self publishing desk top and first book on e book etc in our part of the country is so common what with three colleges twenty miles away. Of course you have to get friends to sell your books in their store or cafe and do signings at sr.center and maybe the local vfw and give free ones to local library and va hospital but most writers can afford a short run what is hard to find is an old fashion manuscript or thesis typist for the computer innept they even have home perfect binders now or do a neat spiral bound at your local office max