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Writer's Market Guide t. .has been added to your Cart. There needs to be a lot of love for this book. As a self-published author, with aspirations of having future books published, and looking to break into various other areas of the writing industry, this book will become a tome that I hang onto and reference regularly as I continue my writing career. The reason I grabbed this book by the wonderful folks at Writer's Market was because it was current. Published in 2010, it gives an updated look at the state of the publishing industry as well as current technology and where these things may be headed in the future.

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Want to get published and paid for your writing? Let Writer's Market 2018 guide you with thousands of publishing ing listings for book publishers, consumer and trade magazines, contests and awards, and literary agents. These listings feature contact and submission information so you can get started right away. Writer’s Digest Books and its employees go to great effort to ascertain the validity of information in this book. However, transactions between users of the information and individuals and/or companies are strictly between those parties.

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an exclusive look at the latest publishing industry trendsguidelines for writing and selling fiction, nonfiction, and scriptstechniques for conducting productive researchinnovative marketing and self-promotion strategiesa comprehensive look at viable self-publishing optionscontract negotiation tips that really worka pricing guide so that you always know what your work is worth in the marketplacea glossary of publishing terms to give you a competitive edge

Plus, get insider tips from magazine and book editors and successful freelancer writers on what works–and what doesn't.

With Writer's Market Guide to Getting Published, you'll know exactly what it takes to get your work out into the marketplace, get it published, and get paid for it.


Comments: (7)

Arcanefire
This book came out in 2010. It is a BROAD overview. So you won't find specifics but ideas that can spark other ideas.
I found it a bit helpful. Especially, I liked Google links and links that help you find your market.

But some things would work much better if done differently. There are ways to achieve things faster. I don't know why they want you to find yourself in the forest trying to find your way out, not showing you how to get to your destination without wondering around.

(He tells you you can breathe easier if you don't write screenplays! Imagine trying selling one.)

Also, I learned more about press releases and podcasting. I'm not there yet, so everything pretty much was new to me.

Overall this book touches on everything except teaching you the craft of writing. It teaches the business side of writing.
This book is giving you resources depending of what you need to look for. It touches on marketing, on selling your articles, nonfiction, fiction, screenplays, or selling to corporations to do different kinds of writing. It touches on self-publishing. It tells you what to do to build your platform. How to talk to your publicist. It stresses importance of websites, blogs, and podcasts. You get ideas what to do to get your word out about your work. Also it advises how to take care of your finances and gives you tips how to handle taxes. It includes language used contracts, so you know what you're signing. They don't teach you everything, but they will provide you with tips how and where to find information.
You have to remember that this book came out in 2010. For example, this book doesn't include any information on different writing programs you can purchase like Scrivener and the like. Everything evolves.
Gardataur
There needs to be a lot of love for this book. As a self-published author, with aspirations of having future books published, and looking to break into various other areas of the writing industry, this book will become a tome that I hang onto and reference regularly as I continue my writing career.

The reason I grabbed this book by the wonderful folks at Writer's Market was because it was current. Published in 2010, it gives an updated look at the state of the publishing industry as well as current technology and where these things may be headed in the future. Whether you're trying to publish your novel, sell some articles to magazines, sell a screenplay, or have recently made the jump to full time freelance copy writing and need some advice on how to start your business (and ensure you aren't audited by the IRS), the Guide to Getting Published has you covered. It's a one-stop shop that you can reference throughout a career and at the time of this writing, is completely relevant.

The authors of this book don't try to use big industry slang terms and talk over your head (they do, however, provide a glossary of industry terms in case someone tries to!) and keep their ideas concise. Even the areas that I have no experience in, I gained a better understanding of after reading their designated sections.

This really opened my eyes to the publishing world, and was no-nonsense in regards to how difficult a career it can be, but it was full of encouragement and reassurance as to how rewarding it can be with a little bit of passion, persistence, determination, and talent.

The main information I was looking for from this volume was how to submit a book proposal, and the subsequent manuscripts, but I feel ready to write a killer query letter, and have a better understanding of what editors and literary agents are looking for. The web links in this book are worth the cover price alone. There are a million websites out there with information on publishing, however, these book gives you lists upon lists of the best sites so you can operate efficiently and don't have to waste time sifting through the internet muck.

The Writer's Market Guide to Getting Published comes highly recommended for any writer serious about a career and willing to do whatever it takes to succeed. No one is going to do it for you, but this book will help cheerlead you on your journey.

You can bet that when I do end up selling my next book, Writer's Market will be receiving a huge thank you in the Acknowledgments section!
Felolv
In the months leading up to publishing my book, I scanned or read numerous books. I thought this book offered the most sound advice and was geared to first-time authors without being too simplistic. I particularly appreciated that the book didn't attempt to be the only source for writers but referred to many other sources that could be helpful.
Corgustari
The info in the book is good, but not anything significantly different or more useful than what you will find elsewhere (including free on the net). It is WOEFULLY out of date on internet/social media & state-of-the-publishing industry stuff and desperately needs an update. You'll be better off buying this year's Writer's Guide to Markets and supplementing with Google searches.
Coiril
Although this is a magazine issue from The Writer, it is definitely worth keeping on the reference shelf. The magazine, The Writer, consistently publishes good article after good article. In this issue, they have answered so many questions about getting published that any new writer especially should refer to it cover to cover. Even established published writers will find it helpful. Getting published is not easy, regardless of what is said now days, but having the information presented here is sure to help make the job easier.
Mr.jeka
A useable guide as I write--worth the investment.
Pettalo
Very helpful
This book is well-organized and well-written. It is concise and has very helpful ideas for organizing and writing a novel or short story or nonfiction.
Writer's Market Guide to Getting Published download epub
Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Author: Writer's Digest Editors
ISBN: 1582976082
Category: Reference
Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Language: English
Publisher: Writer's Digest Books; Third edition (March 31, 2010)
Pages: 368 pages