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by Bruce Fife


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The vast majority of writers break into print with small presses. Unlike large publishing companies, small presses are not prejudiced against new authors and usually do not require agents. Small publishing companies actively seek aspiring writers, and are willing to take chances on new authors and their works. If approached properly, they are willing to help newcomers develop successful writing careers. In this book you will learn the tricks of the trade, including how to find, approach, and work with the best publishers. You will discover the secrets of breaking into print, how to become a successful author, and how to make more money bring published by a small press than you would with a large one.

Comments: (2)

Whitehammer
Same old, same old. If you have never read a book on the subject, you could buy this book and glean some good knowledge out of it. But if you are already a writer, and have gone through the gauntlet of trying to self-publish, etc., don't waster your money. The information contained in this book is available online for free.
Sti
This is perhaps the best book I have ever read on getting published. The author explains every step of process and describes why new writers shouldn't waste their time trying to get published by the big New York publishing houses. He also explains why new authors can make more money getting published by a small press. Contains lots of valuable examples of query letters and book proposals and how to properly prepare your manuscript. Also tells how to avoid the mistakes most new writers make when they try to market their works. This is detailed information I haven't seen in other books.
Get Published!: How to Break into Print With a Small Press and Become Rich and Famous download epub
Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Author: Bruce Fife
ISBN: 0941599280
Category: Reference
Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Piccadilly Books, Ltd. (August 1, 1994)
Pages: 191 pages